Friends of The Center
Campus partnerships are vital to SGD's mission and work. Many of these offices co-host events, offer services and resources to QT students, are Safe Zone trained, and more.
Office of Multicultural Affairs
The OMA provides social justice education for KU students to critically examine the intersections of identity, equity, accessibility, and impact. SGD and OMA partner in providing The Trans Closet, Queer Students of Color group, various programs, and more.
Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity
Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity (ETCWGE) at the University of Kansas seeks to support the personal, educational, and professional success of students through challenging patriarchal norms which impede full access to the university. SGD and ETCWGE partner by hosting various programs throughout the year (like Zine night)
Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center
The Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center promotes social change and the elimination of sexual violence through prevention education, inclusive programming, and campus wide collaboration. QT people experience disproportionate rates of sexual violence. SGD and SAPEC partner to address sexual violence in the QT population through programming, SGD staff teaching LDST 301 courses, and more.
The Health Education Resource Office
The Health Education Resource Office (HERO) is a source for KU community wellness through partnerships that support innovative approaches toward optimal health while maximizing academic and professional success.
Watkins Health Services
At Watkins Health Services, we know that gender identity is a spectrum and that not everyone’s path is the same. Your first appointment on this path is a consultative appointment where your provider will focus on getting to know you and assessing your personal goals for your journey.
Student Housing Mission Statement. We build learning centered communities through individual support and respect. Our Central Values.
Sexuality and Gender Diversity Faculty Staff Council
The purpose of the council is to support programs and initiatives focused on growing a culturally rich campus through community building, advocacy, social justice education, leadership, and the development of informed citizens.
The University of Kansas Student Senate is the primary advocate for students on campus. As one of higher education's finest models of self-governance, 110 senators and 11 executive staff members work together to allocate about $25 million in student fees in ways that best serve students. Student Senate also represents the KU student voice within University, State, and National Governance, working to address and develop policy in students' best interests.