National Resources

Financial Aid Opportunities

Follow the link below for a comprehensive list on all financial aide and scholarship opportunities for students identifying as LGBTQA.

Study Abroad

Looking to study abroad in the future semesters? While living in other countries is an exciting opportunity and a great learning experience, being LGBTQA , there are additional concerns that should be thought about before going abroad. The Rainbow Special Interest Group (SIG) of the National Association of Foreign Student Advisors has great resources for students looking to study aboard as well as information to look for when securing a host country. For more information follow the below link:

LGBT Job Search

Sponsored by Out and Equal, LGBT Career Link is a national job listing site with a focus of LGBT working professionals. Along with the job listings, LGBT Career Link also includes resources for the job search such as resume & interviewing advice and LGBT concerns in the workforce. For more information:

The Trevor Project

Created out of a 1994 academy award nominated documentary on a 13 year old gay male who attempts to end his life due to his struggles with his sexuality, The Trevor Project is the nation’s leading organization on the prevention of suicide aiming the GLBT community. With experts on crisis preventions on hand, The Trevor Project provides a crisis hotline at 866-488-7386. For more information:

Campus Pride

Campus Pride is the lead organization on LGBT interests on college campuses. Wish a website filled with resources for students interested in LGBT issues on college campuses, Campus Pride has partnered with several other organizations on a wide variety of campaigns.  For more information:

Lambda 10 Project

National Clearinghouse for gay, lesbian, bisexual fraternity issues.  Offers educational resources, personal accounts, and chat discussions pertaining to sexual orientation issues in Greek life, a “Who’s Out” list of openly gay fraternity/sorority members, a bulletin board, and more.