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LGBTQ+ Programs

 


Resources

 

On Campus 

When possible, descriptions have been taken from the sites themselves.

LGBTQ Resource Room, Memorial Union 122- The resource room contains a library of LGBTQ readings and films that the Bison Family can borrow, two computer work stations open to students, and comfortable lounge seating. This is a wonderful space for formal and informal meetings of all sorts as well as study. 

Name and Gender Change Procedures- Follow this link to learn more about the procedures for name and gender change at NDSU. Please not that one need not have a legal name change to list a preferred name in our system. This link will explain where one's preferred name is utilized in our system. Trans students can be assured that every effort is made to ensure that they are not having to go by their dead/former name.

Student Health Services - Student Health Service provides access to quality healthcare while promoting overall student well-being by empowering them with the knowledge, skills and spirit to take responsibility for personal, family and community health.

Counseling CenterThe NDSU Counseling Center provides a confidential setting in which students may explore concerns of a personal or academic nature; makes referrals; and serves as consultants for faculty and staff. Students in counseling can explore a variety of concerns which may prevent them from functioning at their optimum levels. 

Title IX- The Office in compliance with Federal Law to ensure that NDSU is committed to providing a safe, healthy, and non-discriminatory learning environment for all members of the University community that is free from sex and/or gender discrimination of any kind. Reports of harassment or discrimination should be made here.

Library Resources - The Library maintains a list of social and academic resources for LGBTQ people at NDSU. Look at their site to get a sense of other resources not listed here.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy  - Helping survivors of sexual assault or relationship violence understand both their rights as a student and the resources/options available on and off campus. Regardless of your decision there are people at NDSU who care and are committed to supporting survivors and working toward a campus free from violence.

Scholarship and Tuition Assistance - This webpage provides information about NDSU scholarships and external sources of funding which are available to LGBTQ students.  

Campus Gender Neutral/Unisex Restroom Map - In a commitment to becoming more inclusive, the number of gender neutral restrooms is growing every year. This map identifies those which presently exist on our campus,

Student Activities- The Student Activities Office is here to further advance the mission of North Dakota State University by engaging and empowering student potential so as to foster personal leadership development, diversity appreciation and positive social and personal growth.

Fargo-Moorhead 

Fargo-Moorhead Pride

Harbor Health Clinic

Tri-State Transgender

Pride Collective and Community Center

Community Uplift Program

Rape and Abuse Crisis Center

Fargo-Moorhead LGBTQ Film Festival

 Regional and National

Transgender Law Center

Lambda Legal

Dakota OutRight

HRC -North Dakota

TransFaith

Great Plains Affirming Campus Conference (GPACC) 

Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Asexual College Conference (MBLTACC)  

The Trevor Project


Student Focused. Land Grant. Research University.

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LGBTQ Programs
North Dakota State University
Phone (701) 231-5263
Mailing Address:  NDSU Dept. 5251/PO Box 6050/ Fargo, ND 58108-6050
Page Manager: Coordinator, Inclusion and LGBTQ+ Initiatives
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Last Updated: Friday, June 21, 2019 2:31:43 PM
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