The GLBT Center strives to increase the NC State campus community’s understanding of diversity by working collaboratively to raise awareness, promote respect, and create a culture of equity, inclusion and social justice.
IIE Passport Project
First Year students are invited to fill out an initial application form for the IIE American Passport Project to receive their first adult passport. Recipients must also be Pell Eligible and identify as LGBTQIA+ or an ally.To Apply
News GLBT Center News
Apr 22, 2022
NC State Selected to Receive IIE American Passport Project Grant
A successful grant application led by Kyle Keith (he/him), Assistant Director of the Study Abroad Office, and Andy DeRoin (they/them), Assistant Director of the GLBT Center, has been selected by the Institute of International Education (IIE) to receive an IIE American Passport Project grant that will enable up to 25 NC State students to obtain a…
Dec 2, 2021
Take Time for Self-Care as You End the Semester
Self-care is essential as we approach the end of the semester. Read tips from Women’s Center Assistant Director Bri Elum.
Dec 2, 2021
We Can All Have a Role in Preventing Suicide
Learn how you can care for yourself or those you know who may need help or support to prevent suicide.
What you'll find at the Center
One of the main functions of the NC State GLBT Center is to help GLBT and Allied individuals connect and form community. The staff of the Center advises and supports student organizations, coordinates a network for faculty and staff, and keeps alumni engaged and aware of what’s happening on campus. We are also offering our GLBT Advocate Program as a continuing education and engagement program for faculty and staff designed to provide participants with ongoing opportunities to learn and show their support as allies and advocates of the GLBT community.
Coming This Fall
The fall semester brings new ways to connect with the LGBTQIA+ community across campus. We’ve doubled down on our student dialogue-based programming with events like ‘Queer Quorum,’ a peer-led discussion on queer identities, issues, and culture. We’re also engaging in sustained conversations with the local community through ‘Our Futures’, a monthly dialogue program that puts LGBTQ+ locals and NC State students at the same round table. Join us for our Wolfpack Welcome Week Symposium on August 20th, or at our fall open house on August 22nd to learn more!