Nearly 1 in 4 transgender and nonbinary individuals report having to teach medical providers about their needs, according to a recent study co-authored by a Utah State University researcher.
To cultivate a vibrant campus community where students, staff, and faculty are valued, where diversity of perspectives and identities are explored in a safe and respectful environment both in and out of the classroom to enhance service, unity, and leadership.
We support student success at the Logan campus through holistic and inclusive student-centered programming that enhances the academic persistence, personal growth, and social experiences of undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds.
- Service: We seek to make a positive impact through acts that are transformative.
- Unity: We believe we can cultivate an environment that is inclusive when we work together.
- Leadership: We grow as a community by creating opportunities for students to develop as leaders and agents of change.
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Disability Pride Month
Difference, Diversity, Disability
In recognition of the enactment of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) on July 26, 1990, Disability Pride Month celebrates disability culture and the unique experiences and contributions of people with disabilities. It is a time to come together, uplift, and amplify one another's voices and be heard. It also is a chance to raise awareness and for allies to learn and commit to actively supporting the disabled community throughout the rest of the year. Follow us on social media for posts on terms to know, how to be an ally, and resource on campus.
Day on the Quad
It's almost time for the best day of the summer! Day on the Quad 2023 will be on August 30th, from 10 AM to 3 PM. Stop by and visit the Inclusion Center table for games, candy, and information about all the fun stuff we'll be up to in the upcoming school year. This year we will be in booths 299 and 300. Don't forget to bring a bag for all the goodies you are sure to collect. We look forward to seeing you all there!
Allies on Campus
The Allies on Campus program provides two trainings for individuals to show their active support of LGBT+ people. It is open to students, faculty, staff, and community members.
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