Resources for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Asexual, and Ally Individuals
The Center facilitates weekly discussion groups for students interested in discussing issues related to LGBTQA individuals other students as well as holds programs and events throughout the year. Safe Zone and ally trainings are available throughout the semester. Consultation services for Pace Departments, Student Organizations and Student Leaders are avaialble upon request. Students may schedule time for an meeting at the center or stop by during regular office hours to speak confidentially about anything from coming out to bias incidents to dating issues. The Center has a lending library of books, DVDs and VHS tapes that students are welcome to use! Internship & Volunteer opportunities are available throughout the year. Stop by during our office hours or click here to be connected to more information about the Center!
Pace University provides students with access to adminstrative and support services to help connect you to the resources you need on and off campus. Click the above link to find a list of departments that can help connect you to various services, events, initiatives and organizations.
Are you an Ally? Not sure how to be? Check this out.
An ally is a person who serves as an advocate for an oppressed group to which they may or may not belong. There are many instances of allyship and many ways to begin your journey. Check out some tips for being an ally to LGBTQ individuals.
Are you thinking about coming out? In the process of doing so? Are you a friend, family member or partner of an individual who has come out or in the process? Do you just want more information about the process. Check out PFLAG'S Coming out Resources.
There are many community organizations and services available to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer, Questioning, Asexual, and Ally individuals in New York City and beyond. Click the above link to get connected to transgender resources, resources for people of color, advocacy organizations, mental health resources, HIV, AIDS and medical resources, archives, youth groups, resources for homeless LGBTQI youth and much more. Please let us know if you would like us to add any that we have missed!
There are many Scholarship. Grant and Fellowship Opportunities for you to take advantage of. Please check out some of them here, or contact us at PaceLGBTQACenter@gmail.com for more information about current financial aid opportunties.