We support the many under-represented communities at Penn State with programs and services that encourage the appreciation of diverse perspectives, experiences, and cultures. The Paul Robeson Cultural Center is the hub of many of these programs in Student Affairs.
Penn State has been repeatedly named among the top 25 schools in the nation by the Campus Pride Index. Learn how we work to foster an open, safer, and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and asexual students at Penn State.
Everyone, no matter their gender, has the right to feel safe at Penn State. We provide support if you, or someone you know has been impacted by sexual violence, relationship violence, stalking, or harassment as well as ways to get involved and educate others on gender equity issues.
Penn State has students from many different backgrounds and faith traditions. We offer a welcoming environment for students to practice or explore these faiths in an open-minded setting while promoting appreciation and respect for religious and spiritual diversity.
Have you ever witnessed something that you knew wasn’t right, but you didn’t know how to step in and stop it? Our bystander intervention program teaches you how to take action because everyone plays a role in watching out for each other and we all deserve to be safe.