LGBTQ Life at JHU
A Safe Zone training lasts 3 hours, and is suitable for students, staff, and faculty. It will help you become a better ally for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community. At the end of the training, participants are given a colorful Safe Zone logo in order to visibly demonstrate their support for the LGBT community. We hope you will join us!
We are recruiting facilitators to help us expand the program! We ask you to commit to the Safe Zone values of inclusion and honesty, and some comfort with public speaking is probably an asset. If you are interested in becoming a facilitator, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the website for LGBTQ Life at Johns Hopkins University. LGBTQ Life serves lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and allied members of the Johns Hopkins Community.
Connect With Us
Sign up to recieve LGBTQnews, our weekly email.
Follow us on Twitter.
Find us on Facebook.
Visit us in Mattin 216 on the Homewood Campus.
Check out all of the great LGBTA groups Hopkins has to offer.
Sign up to join our mentoring program, as a mentor or a mentee!
We provide guest lectures and small group discussions on a variety of topics, including LGBT basics, transgender identities, cultural competency, and inclusive practices. Email us to learn more.
LGBTQ Life has lots of opportunities for volunteers.
We are proud to host the OUTlist, a directory of openly LGBT members of our Hopkins community. OUTlist members include faculty, staff, alumni, students, postgraduate students, and fellows, who are willing to serve as mentors and part of an informal network for the LGBT community. We invite all LGBTQ people to join the list!
The LGBTQ Support Group is a weekly unstructured discussion group for students who identify as LGBTQ, are same-gender loving, or are questioning their sexual orientation and/or gender identity. To join the group, email Rosemary Nicolosi.
Check out our glossary of terms for a quick introduction to the LGBT community.
Watch this great It Gets Better video from members of the Johns Hopkins community.
And check out other campus resources here!