The LGBTQA Student Resource Center provides many ways that students can get involved during their time here at University Park and across the Commonwealth.
The Straight Talks Peer Education Program consists of two peer education experiences: Student Voice Panels (formerly Straight Talks) and Student Ally workshops. Students have the opportunity to speak on panels and facilitate workshops.
Students can gain valuable experience and professional skills in one of the nation's top LGBTQ+ offices through our graduate assistantship and internship programs.
The LGBTQA Student Resource Center is committed to improving programming, expanding outreach, and involving all members of the LGBTQ+ community in the future development of the center and our work on campus.
There are numerous LGBTQ+ student-run organizations at Penn State.
To find out more information about LGBTQ+ student organizations at campuses across the commonwealth, visit the Commonwealth and World Campuses LGBTQ+ Resources page or the Join a Student Organization page and select the desired campus.
The LGBTQA Student Resource Center offers students an opportunity to learn more about various aspects of the LGBTQ+ community through an alternative breaks program. Learn more about the LGBTQ+ Service Experience.
You can get involved academically through courses offered through Biobehavioral Health or the Sexuality and Gender Studies minor.