Adams State University is committed to creating a safe and open space for students, staff, alumni and community members who identify as LGBTQ+.
Safe Zone Training
Safe Zone training is a four hour training that delves further into how to be an ally, terminology, and different types of hate, negativity, and -phobias.
Individuals who complete a Safe Zone training will be able to mark their offices or work spaces with a Safe Zone sticker, showing students that these locations are safe spaces for them. Doing so can also provide a greater sense of safety and support among LGBTQ+ individuals on campus.
Contact Dr. Heidi Schneider at email@example.com to learn more about becoming Safe Zone trained.Safe Zone Trained Adams State Employees
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Queer Pride @ Adams State
The LGBTQ+ student organization at Adams State University aims to offer programs and resources towards a more inclusive and connected LGBTQ+ campus and community.
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty/Staff Advisors: Sarah Hallman: email@example.com
Center for Student Inclusivity (CSI)
A student space located in the Student Union Building, CoRE Center. This area has comfortable couches, a study area, private restroom, TV, microwave and refrigerator. Perfect location to come hang out, study, lounge, attend a MCSG or Pride meeting, or hold a group of your own!
For more information, to collaborate on an event or to reserve the Center for Inclusivity for your next meeting contact Hannah Sisler at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the CoRE Center in the Student Union Building today!
San Luis Valley (SLV) PRIDE
Community LGBT+ organization in the San Luis Valley.
- Join us on Facebook!