Resources

Resources

Complete the Harassment or Assault Report Form

The University offers limited domestic partner benefits to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, faculty, and staff.

When someone comes out...when you are thinking of coming out....there are many ways that impacts others in your family. 

Carolina is home to a number of organizations that focus on inclusivity and/or advocacy related to gender and sexual diversity. Organizations that align with our mission are divided into three categories: undergraduate student organizations, graduate/professional student organizations, and professional organizations. 

The LGBTQ Center maintains a resource library with approximately 600 holdings (books, video, and brochures). Anyone with a PID number can check out these holdings (brochures are available for free and do not have to be returned).

Being LGBTQ does not cause substance abuse. Rather, specific differences — mostly consequences of prejudice — weaken LGBTQ adolescents’ support systems and increase the pressure for them to use drugs and alcohol. Understanding these differences is crucial for helping LGBTQ teens grow up healthy, happy and substance-free.

In Fall 2004, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill began offering a minor in Sexuality Studies. This minor is designed for students interested in exploring the study of sexual/gender identities—such as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and heterosexual—as well as the full range of human sexual behaviors and identities in diverse cultures and historical periods.