Below are University resources for those identifying with, or interested in issues related to, our LGBTIQ & Ally communities. Just click on the header to expand a section!
You can also explore the CME-offered LGBTIQA programs, and the many community-based resources on our Around Town page.
We also welcome your suggestions (contact us) on what additional information we can provide!
The following free PDF resources are available for viewing, downloading and/or printing; but do require the FREE Acrobat Reader software to open.
All-gender RESTROOMS (UPDATED 9-2014): A list of gender neutral/inclusive restrooms on campus--those whose design and/or label make them available to anyone who needs to use them, regardless of sex or gender identity/expression. Also available as an interactive Google map of campus!
: a compilation of just some of the accomplishments, initiatives, events and resources for, by and at DU over the last several years. Let us know what we're missing!
- LGBTIQ&A-related COURSE LIST: Most quarters, we compile and publish a list of courses focused on &/or including LGBTIQA, larger sexual orientation, gender identity/expression and other related identities. Instructors, please submit your course (term, course #, title, meeting days/times, brief blurb) to us!
HIV/STI Testing Resources
: In addition to safer sex supplies available at our office (among other campus locations), this guide provides info about on/off-campus testing sites, costs and levels of anonymity.
: Ever wondered what the acronym stands for? Or what a particular term means? Check out this abridged glossary, drawn from DU Q&A Training resources.
- DU area
LGBT-friendly RELIGIOUS communities
(UPDATED 9-2014): A compilation of the nearest, explicitly welcoming faith congregations/ organizations. (PFLAG Denver also publishes a regional list.)
Guide to LGBTIQA DENVER
: A compilation of LGBTIQ/friendly venues, shops and services in the Denver, as suggested by other Pioneers. UPDATED 2-2015
Chancellor & Provost's Oct 4, 2010 statement
in response to national LGBTQ youth suicides.
of books, movies and other LGBTIQ & Ally-related media (list of holdings) for checkout at our office during business hours. UPDATED 10-2014
Please let us know of any additions or corrections you'd suggest to these resources, and/or other topics about which we should develop resources.
Click the header above for a collection of resource guides and reference sheets, such as LGBTIQ&A terminology, a map of campus all-gender restrooms, welcoming faith communities, and more!
We also have a
PDF project wishlist
of resources we could use your help in creating/updating! These are opportunities for individuals, groups and even classes to develop useful skills in service to our larger communities. Check them out, and let us know your questions and interest!
Campus Resource Offices
The following programs and services currently have posted explicitly inclusive information:
: provides points to consider in career planning and job search for LGBTIQ and Ally students.
Center for Advocacy, Prevention and Empowerment
(CAPE, formerly GVESS): provides prevention education and survivor support resources, including for same-gender interpersonal and relationship violence. Diverse volunteers are also needed; see opportunities here.
Graduate School of Professional Psychology
: Clinic provides sliding scale individual and group therapy to campus and community members, including transgender/sexual counseling.
Health & Counseling Center
: offers individual, couples and group counseling, including a new LGBTQI Support and Empowerment group for fall 2015. Clients can also indicate chosen name and gender in records.
Study Abroad (Office of International Education): provides some initial points to consider and resources for LGBTIQ international studies/travel. Our offices also jointly sponsor an annual panel on Studying "Out" & Abroad. Also see our Scholarships section (below) for an LGBT-focused study abroad scholarship.
If you would like to help develop and provide an LGBTIQA-specific web gateway and/or services through your office or organization, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Beyond the inclusion expected of all DU offices in their services and programs, CME is working with a number of offices to help improve their outreach and service provision with specific attention to the unique needs of LGBTIQ communities. Click the header above for other campus offices with specific LGBTIQA-focused programs and services.
Be sure to prepare early, as deadlines can approach quickly; and you may need extra time to gather materials (transcripts, recommendation letters, personal statements, financial records)!