• 2015 Lavender Reception

    Our 2015 Lavender Graduates!

  • Spectrum at the 2015 Lavender Reception

    Spectrum at the Lavender Reception

  • Homecoming 2014

    Our Letter from President Barack Obama

  • New2U 2014

    New2U First Year Student Group Graduation

  • ICA Training 2014

    Staff with the Intercultural Aides

  • Lavender Reception 2014 2

    2014 Lavender Reception

  • Dyke Heights 2014

    Dyke Heights and Other Sights Bus Tour

  • Dyke Heights 2014 2

    Dyke Heights and Other Sights Bus Tour

Scholarships & Awards

This year, the LBGT Resource Center is proud to announce two NEW awards in addition to the Pride Scholarship and Pougnet and Green Scholarships!

*NEW* The Jim Beverwyk Ally Award is to honor a graduate student, faculty, or staff member who has made outstanding contributions to support and enhance the campus climate for students marginalized by their sexuality and/or gender. This is a non-monetary award.

*NEW* The Bouck Award Honoring Doreen Bouck is a financial award to help students cover costs of service-learning, internship, or study abroad programs related to social justice issues facing the LGBT community.

* The Pride Scholarship is to help support undergraduate LGBT students. The scholarship is sponsored by GLFSA, the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Faculty Staff and Graduate Student Association of Michigan State University.

* The Pougnet and Green Scholarship is awarded to a currently enrolled junior or senior who demonstrates academic excellence and involvement with or contributions to LGBT communities.

To learn more about each scholarship, check out our "Resources" tab above.

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Looking for a space to talk about intersecting identities?

Color Me Queer is a discussion group facilitated by the LBGT Resource Center. The group is open to all who are interested in discussing societal issues that span sexuality, gender, and race as well as what strategies can be put in place to break down stereotypes and increase the visibility of marginalized groups! Topics for this semester are listed below. The group meets from 6 - 7:30 PM in the Mosaic Multicultural Center on the 2nd Floor of the MSU Union.

* Jan. 28 - Queer People of Color Representation in TV and Film

* Feb. 18 - 50 Shades of Gray: Asexuality

* Mar. 18 - GAMeBOIs, Papis, and Thugz: Racially-Themed Queer Parties

* Apr. 15 - Coming Out in Communities of Color

Check out more about the group in our "Programs and Services" tab above!