Training and Workshops
- The LGBTQA+ Center offers a variety of trainings and workshops for students, faculty, and staff at Pace including Safe(r) Zone, Trans 101, About the Center, Stand with Me, and other educational workshops by request.
- Please fill out a new form for each workshop/training you request for your class, department, or group. You can also email the team at the Center for more information.
- Queer Studies Minor
- Pace's library research website related to LGBTQA+ topics
- Terminology 101
- Learning Commons
Pace Non-Discrimination Policy
- Pace's non-discrimination policy including gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, and other protected identity categories.
- To report incidents of discrimination or harassment, contact the office of Institutional Equity and Title IX Compliance.
- For more information about the policy or to discuss any given situation, email the LGBTQA+ Center.
Transition-related care and health and wellness
- The Pace student health and sickness policy covers sexual reassignment surgery and hormone treatments.
- Individual and group counseling is available at the Counseling Center.
- Discussion groups, programs, social events, and advocacy opportunities are put on through the LGBTQA+ Center and allied organizations.
- Queer Safe(r) sex resources (PDF).
To inquire about the ability to use a first name that is different from your legal name on certain campus systems and documents, contact the Office of the Registrar. You can also learn more about the Pace preferred first name procedure.
Gender Inclusive and Accessible Restrooms
At Pace, individuals are able to use a restroom or public facility that corresponds with their gender identity or legal sex. If individuals encounter discrimination while accessing Pace's public facilities, they may make a formal complaint at the Office of Institutional Equity and Title IX Compliance.
Resident Life at Pace
- All-gender housing is available on the New York City Campus.
- Outside NYC Resources/Hotlines (PDF), There are many viable community organizations and services available to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer, Questioning, and Transgender people throughout the New York City area.
- LGBTQA+ College Student Guide
- LGBTQA+ Cyberbullying Guide for Parents and Educators
- How Can LGBTQA+ Youth Navigate COVID-19? (PDF)
- LGBTQA+ Culture Fit in College
- LGBTQA+ Drug Rehabilitation Guide
- Remote Mental Health Resource Guide
- The LGBTQ Community And Addiction
Safe(r) Sex Supplies
The LGBTQA+ Center distributes free safe(r) sex supplies (internal/external condoms and lubricant).