WELCOME TO THE GLBT CENTER
The GLBT Center is one of four campus community centers (along with the Women’s Center, Multicultural Student Affairs, and the African American Cultural Center) housed under the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED).
The GLBT Center serves students of all sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions, including gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, queer, transgender, genderqueer, gender fluid, gender non-conforming, non-binary, agender, intersex and questioning students and their allies. It 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.
GLBT History Month is an annual series of events held each October that is designed to engage students, faculty and staff in learning about the intersections of GLBT history and activism. Be it a lecture, workshop, a film viewing and discussion or an hands-on event, the GLBT Center seeks to create a space for students, faculty and staff to learn about identity, history, community challenges, politics and strategies for creating change. The theme for GLBT History Month 2017 is Resistance Through Existence.read more
A licensed Counselor from the NCSU Counseling Center will be at the GLBT Center every Tuesday afternoon for walk-in appointments, consultations, and scheduling of appointments.
Join the GLBT Center as we screen the film, Forbidden: Undocumented and Queer in Rural America, as a part of Latinx Heritage Month. Living at the intersections of gender, sexuality, and nationality, this film follows Moises Serrano, a queer and undocumented activist as he fights for legal protections for undocumented immigrants across the state of North Carolina. Following the film, engage in a discussion that unpacks some of the systemic and institutional barriers present for folks who identify as GLBT and are undocumented in the United States.
The GLBT CommUNITY Alliance (GLBTCA) is the primary social organization at NC State for GLBT and Ally students. GLBTCA meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m. Want to know more about GLBTCA? You can email the group at email@example.com, you can visit their webpage at https://oied.ncsu.edu/glbt/glbt-community-alliance/, or you can check them out on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/316059986376/.
The Alliance of AIDS Services – Carolina will provide FREE and CONFIDENTIAL HIV and STI testing today 1-4 PM. No insurance paperwork or appointment required.
Stop by and request HIV (rapid and traditional), syphilis, Gonorrhea/chlamydia, and hepatitis C testing. Free safer sex supplies (latex and non-latex condoms, female condoms, lubricant and dental dams) will also be available.
Get tested. Get Educated. Get Supplies.
T-Files is the GLBT Center’s transgender, genderqueer, agender, gender non-conforming, gender questioning peer support group. Meetings are “closed” meaning they are open only members of the NC State community and surrounding area who identify under the trans umbrella or are questioning their gender.
Join representatives from John Deere’s Rainbow Network Group for a panel discussion about being out in the workplace. After the panel discussion, students will have the opportunity to network with the John Deere reps and have their resumes reviewed.
Engage in facilitated discussions led by faculty members who are conducting research, providing services, or engaging in advocacy work geared towards the experiences of marginalized communities. The GLBT Advocate Program: Lunch & Learn Series provides GLBT Advocates...read more
Living at the intersections of gender, sexuality, and nationality, Moises Serrano, a queer and undocumented activist fights for legal protections for undocumented immigrants across the state of North Carolina. Join us at the film screening and discussion,...read more
NC State is one of 80 universities to receive a 2017 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine. The HEED award recognizes universities whose diversity and inclusion efforts show a broad understanding of diversity, including gender, race, ethnicity, military service, disabilities, membership in the LGBT community and more.