- Education & Training
- Campus Partners
- Navigating the U
- Queer Identities
- Transgender Identities
- About Us
Know Your Resources
The U of M has over 30 LGBTQIA student organizations, departments, and affinity groups on campus. Knowing about these resources will help you becom more knowledgeable about the University and afford you the opportunity to better assist LGBTQIA students, staff and faculty in finding appropriate resources they may need to access.
In addition to list above, it's also helpful to know how to assist LGBTQIA students, staff and faculty in instances where bias and/or discrimination has occurred.
Bias Response Team: The Bias Response Team for the Twin Cities campus has been meeting since mid February 2015 and receives reports of bias incidents. Send reports of bias incidents you have experienced or observed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student Conflict Resolution Center: SCRC offers informal and formal conflict resolution services to resolve students' university-based problems and concerns.
Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action: EOAA investigates complaints about discrimination; harassment, including sexual harassment; sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, stalking, and relationship violence; nepotism; and retaliation.
Gender and Sexuality Center for Queer and Trans Life: The Gender and Sexuality Center for Queer and Trans Life is dedicated to transforming campus climate for University of Minnesota students, staff, faculty, alum and community members by developing and supporting more inclusive understandings of gender and sexuality through education, advocacy, outreach and support.
University Student Legal Services: USLS offers legal services and education to University of Minnesota students. All legal services are provided by experienced legal professionals, some with 30+ years of experience representing students.
Are we missing something? Let us know what resources would be helpful and we'll add them to the list!
Email email@example.com to provide feedback.