Below is a list of resources for LGBTQ+ students, faculty and staff
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Alliance establishes a safe space on campus to facilitate understanding among all students, and provides an organization that is sympathetic to student concerns.
A collaborative, unique, and social space for graduate students who identify as LGBTQ+ as well as those who are friends and allies to the queer population of graduate students on UB’s campus.
Contributes to and supports a welcoming and inclusive university community for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer faculty and staff through education, networking and advocacy.
Out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, two-spirited, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual (LGBTTQQIA+) and ally-affirming organization that aims to provide services and support for students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and to create a dynamic network between students and professionals in industry and academia.
Promotes a positive atmosphere at Buffalo Law for LGBT students and their allies.
Workshop participants convene monthly and work towards assessing key aspects of a Queer Studies program at UB.
UB has convened a team of faculty and staff to examine policies and practices that will support the full inclusion of our transgender community.
The interdisciplinary home for research and teaching on feminism, women, gender and sexuality. Originally formed in 1972, it is one of the first women’s studies programs in the United States.
A subfield in the UB English Department, Gender & Sexuality Studies combines feminist traditions, masculinity studies and queer theory to examine cultural practices, texts and social movements.
These podcasts focus on LGBT issues, and are part of a series produced by the UB School of Social Work.
UB faculty that can provide expert opinions and analysis on LGBT topics in the news.
This UB Libraries collection covers the LGBT clubs and community at UB in the 70’s, during which the first LGB club was founded on campus, and into the 80’s, and 90’s.
Personal accounts of LGBTQIA trauma survivors and service providers from various fields talking about their work with survivors. All interviews highlight the role of strength and resilience in survivor's journeys toward growth and healing.
UB's caring, experienced team of psychologists, social workers and other mental health professionals includes counselors focused on LGBTQ issues.
UB is committed to ensuring a welcoming and safe environment for all members of the UB community, including our LGBTQ students, faculty, staff and community members. The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) can provide you with support, information and assistance.
UB is proud to offer gender-inclusive communities for undergraduate, graduate and professional students.
This reception celebrates the achievements of graduating students who identify with the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community at UB.
UB recognizes that using a preferred/chosen name can be beneficial to a student’s experience at the university. Students are encouraged to use the preferred/chosen first and middle name fields in the HUB Student Center if they wish to be known as anything other than their legal name.
This training is an opportunity to learn more about gender and sexual identities and issues facing and within the LGBTQ communities. It is for everyone to learn how to be better allies and increase awareness of resources on our campus and in Buffalo. The goal of this training is to inspire others to create safe and affirming environments for all members of our community. Each training session is limited to a maximum of 50 participants.
UB community members are entitled to use restroom facilities that are consistent with their gender identity. We know that for many people, the most welcoming option is a single-user space.
A collective network of peers documenting LGBTQ history in the Buffalo-Niagara Region
Dedicated to equality and fairness within Western New York and seeks to raise awareness, understanding and acceptance of the LGBTQ+ community amongst all citizens.
Offers a variety of opportunities & services for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender & questioning youth and their friends, ages 5-21.
The mission of the Pride Center is to work with the community to make Western New York a safe, healthy, and satisfying place for LGBTQ people to live, work and establish their families.