Mission and History
Our Mission: The LGBTQA Resource Center aspires to create a community that is free from societal issues such as heterosexism and transphobia, by instilling a culture of appreciation, respect and empowerment throughout Northeastern. We initiate and sustain co-curricular programs and services that enrich the holistic development of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning and ally students. Through dialogue and support services, we strive to increase the visibility of and enhance LGBTQA student life on campus.
Our History: The LGBTQA Resource Center was established in 2011 through the Office of Student Affairs as a part of Campus Activities. In 2013, the Center was transitioned to be a part of Residential, Cultural and Spiritual Life. It currently has a full time coordinator and a 10 hour per week practicum student.