About LGBTQ Services at UNE

The Office of Intercultural Student Engagement provides LGBTQ services to foster a campus environment that is positive, safe, and supportive for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning community. Services include:

  • Supporting students who may have questions about sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • Advocating for students experiencing discrimination or harassment based on real or perceived assumptions about sexual orientation.
  • Increasing community awareness and coordinating programs on a variety of topics relevant to LGBTQ issues.
  • Facilitating Safe Space Training (identifying safe people and safe spaces on campus for LGBTQ persons) and other workshops on combating homophobia and transphobia and developing LGBTQ allies on campus.
  • Providing an LGBTQ lending library in the Cultural Exchange Lounge (Campus Center 100) on the Biddeford Campus with DVDs and books available for check-out.
  • Sponsoring educational, academic and social events during National Coming Out Week in October, the UNE Gaypril Pride program in April, Pride Portland in June (parade/festival), and programming in the UNE Diversity Lecture Series.
  • View additional state and local LGBTQ resources

Safe Space Training

UNE Safe Space is a training program that helps you understand the challenges that many lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer persons experience. Learn about UNE's Safe Space Training program

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