The LGBTQ Center sponsors programs such as monthly social events, major speakers and film screenings. UNC students, faculty, staff and community members can request programming (speakers, workshops, or presentations) or propose specific program ideas for the campus community.

Preference is given to programs or program ideas that address intersecting identities, fit within the LGBTQ Center mission and values statement, and are proposed one month in advance of the event date.

To request a program or submit a program idea, please submit a completed Presentation/Workshop Request Form. LGBTQ Center staff will contact you within two weeks of receiving a completed form.

The Center's tagline "Educating for Equality" is central to our programming. The Center provides various educational programs on LGBTQ topics to the University campus and surrounding communities.

The Center hosts social and cultural events that allow LGBTIQA+ and allied communities to gather for meeting new people, mutual support, and networking throughout the school year:

The Center provides direct support programs and services including programs designed to address identity development, leadership development, and relationship skills development.

Center staff are available to meet with people individually to discuss issues related to identity development (e.g., coming out, spirituality), relationships, family, and academics. We also provide technical consultation on
best practices and research related to LGBTIQA+ topics and advocate on issues of university policy.

Volunteer and collaboration opportunities at the LGBTQ Center