LGBT Resource Center


Safe Space Program

The Safe Space Program is a training presentation designed to educate persons who serve St. Cloud State and build a network of allies across campus who are knowledgeable and supportive of the LGBT community. The LGBT Resource Center is committed to creating programs and services that leave participants feeling empowered. The Safe Space Program is designed to educate participants about queer identity/issues and strategies for creating safe, inclusive, and supportive environments for all.

After completing the training, participants will receive a "Safe Space" sign to display in their offices. These easily recognizable signs visually communicate that the person displaying the Safe Space sign is committed to creating safe, inclusive, and supportive environments for the LGBTQQIIAAP individuals. April 4 was the final Safe Space Training for the 2016-17 academic year. If you are interested in scheduling a Safe Space Training for your department, office or organizatiom, please click the "Presentation Request" button above to complete a presentation request form. 

Safe Space Training 2017-18 Schedule

Dates to be determined - please check back this summer for updates! 

Speakers Bureau

The Speakers Bureau provides a classroom presentation that includes LGBT terminology, exploring heterosexual privilege, LGBT history and an extensive question and answer section for participants. Speakers Bureau is facilitated by students and staff from the LGBT Resource Center. To schedule a presentation please complete this form. For more information, please contact the LGBT Resource Center at 


The LGBT Resource Center has a specialized resource library of books, periodicals and videos. These topics include: fiction and nonfiction, LGBT identities, history, LGBT research, feminism, politics, coming out and the civil rights movement. Materials may be checked out with a valid St. Cloud State University ID. Book listings coming soon.
For a more robust collection of LGBT research and print resources, visit the LGBT collection at the Miller Center Library.

Computer Lab

We have a small computer lab that is open for anyone to use for anything from research to writing papers for class.