Students who have a preferred name that is different from their legal name s can specify that name here. We have a relaxing range of coloring sheets with LGBTQ-friendly, body-positive, and life-affirming themes to suit every taste and skill level. Here at Clemson, I see energy within our student body, our faculty, and our staff to create meaningful change for the better — for all students, and particularly for students who identify as LGBTQ. Register for Ally Training here. First FLoor Thornhill Village: We will talk about how queer history has shaped many movements happening today and the future of the queer community. Our work is far from done, but I believe we are moving in the right direction — with your help.
Below is a list of the buildings and locations where those restrooms may be found:.
Transgender & Non-Binary Book Display
Ground Floor Mauldin Hall: Laundry Building Core Campus: Sponsored by the Gantt Multicultural Center. Lobby Restroom McCabe Hall: The purpose of Ally Training is to make Clemson University a more welcoming and inclusive place for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning [LGBTQ] students, faculty, and staff. First FLoor Thornhill Village: Please visit the resources page for the current list of buildings that have single stall or non-gendered restrooms.
Please not there will be a student-only forum later in the semester as well. Wear what makes you proud, formal or not! Open Mic Night Wednesday, April 4 from 7: The center supports and advocates for the needs of all students, challenges students to think critically about themselves and their communities, provides engaging experiential learning opportunities, and empowers students to be positive change agents. Learn more about sexuality and gender identity in this fun and engaging workshop! Common Read Book Discussion: RSVP for the Facebook event here.