Princeton University's Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Center is by, for and about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, questioning and allied members of the Princeton University community. The LGBT Center works to create a safe and supportive academic environment through providing educational opportunities and advocating for the needs and concerns of LGBT students.
The Center's goal is to enhance the Princeton University campus community and to ensure the advancement of students’ academic pursuits by creating an open and affirming environment void of homophobia, heterosexism and gender bias.
Key programs and services
- Support and advocacy for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, questioning and allied members of the Princeton University community.
- Educational, social and supportive programming by, for and about the LGBT community.
- Resources or referrals for all things LGBT-related, both on campus and in the surrounding communities.
- Ongoing training sessions and consultation about homophobia, heterosexism and other LGBT issues and concerns.
- Opportunities for dialogue and academic pursuits around LGBT and queer-related topics.
- A safe space to talk, listen, be supported and most importantly to be yourself.
What you can find at the LGBT Center
- Safe and supportive place to discuss topics related to sexual orientation and gender identity.
- Extensive programming calendar designed to meet educational, social and emotional needs of the Princeton University community.
- Resource room and library with a multitude of interesting and informational books, journals and brochures.
- Workstation and office for the many LGBT organizations that the center supports.
- Rainbow Lounge for programs, meetings, hanging out and studying, which features LGBT resources and information and is open after hours.
- Seating area out front available for informal meetings and studying, which is also accessible after hours.