The LGBTQ+ Resource Center hosts a number of events during the semester. Registration for some events can be found on ENGAGE@KU.

Thursday, January 30th


Begin at Women's Center (OM 126)

GLBTQ Resource Center (OM 4)


Inclusion Centers Progressive Dinner

Join us at the centers for a "welcome" and "welcome back" open house! The campus community is invited to tour our centers, meet our staff, and see all we have to offer. Appetizers will begin at the Women's Center, followed by dinner at the GLBTQ Resource Center, and dessert at the Multicultural Center.

Wednesday, February 10th


Academic Forum 202


Lambda Delta Xi, Allies, and the Center will host this panel discussion to bring awareness to gender identity, sexual identity, and sexual orientation. Come learn in a safe and welcoming environment.

Thursday, February 20th

11am-12pm, MSU 223

Tuesday, March 3rd

11am-12pm, MSU 312

Safe Space Training

The mission of the Safe Space program is to provide education and resources to the campus community as means to provide education and resources to the campus community as a means to create a safe and nurturing environment, free of discrimination based on sexual orientation, and sexual or gender identity. RSVP by email to attend one of these sessions. The GLBTQ Resource Center staff is also available to provide this training for classes, residence halls, or clubs who would like to learn about being an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. 

Thursday, February 13th


GLBTQ Resource Center/OM 4

Drag Show Interviews

The annual Drag Show will be held on Wednesday, April 8th at 7pm. Sign up in advance to interview at the GLBTQ Resource Center.

Tuesday, February 18th


MSU 250

Allies Clothing Swap

Looking for clothes that align with your gender expression? Bring any clothes you do not want and bring a bag to take home any fun goodies you may find! Everything is free! One good deed can change everything.

Tuesday, March 31st


MSU 250

Transgender Day of Visibility

International Transgender Day of Visibility is an annual event dedicated to celebrating transgender people and raising awareness of discrimination faced worldwide, as well as a celebration of their contributions to society.

Monday, April 6th-Friday, April 17th


Bear's Den Gallery

Juried Student Art Exhibition

In celebration of the 15th anniversary of the GLBTQ Resource Center, students are invited to submit 2D and 3D art focused on gender and sexual identities. Organized by Gwendolyn Yoppolo and sponsored by the Department of Art. 

Tuesday, April 7th



KUAB and Allies are pairing up to host a fun, interactive, and eye-opening BINGO night!

Wednesday, April 8th


Schaeffer Auditorium

Annual Allies Drag Show

Allies will be hosting the annual Drag Show, featuring both professional and student performers for a night of music and show-stopping talent! A nationally recognized Drag Performer will be revealed as the host as the event gets closer! Donations/tips will be given to an LGBTQ+ supportive charitable organization. This event is co-sponsored with Kutztown University Activities Board & the GLBTQ Resource Center.

Thursday, April 23rd

Save the date!

15th Anniversary Celebration

15 years of support, advocacy, and education, the GLBTQ Resource Center is proud to honor the past and charge forward to the next 15 years! Join us for an open house, food, music, and festivities while we welcome back Alum and join together as a community to celebrate.

Thursday, April 23rd


Old Main, Georgian Room

Allies Pride Prom

Come as you are! Join us for music, games, activities, food, and lots of fun at the Georgian Room in Old Main. It's a safe place for everyone to express themselves!

Friday, April 24th

National Day of Silence

On this annual event, people across the country engage in silent protest to bring attention to the silencing of LGBTQ people in schools. Students who participate come together to take action by choosing silence and then breaking the silence to raise awareness and support.

Tuesday, April 28th


MSU Lobby

Lesbian Visibility Day

We selected this pride and visibility day because it is important to raise awareness of the specific struggles and needs of marginalized groups. Stop by our table to expand your knowledge and show support for the lesbian community.

Sunday, May 3rd

More info to come!

Lavender Graduation

A celebration for all graduating students who have participated in our GLBTQ and Women's Center's organizations during their years at KU, including Allies, Lambda Delta Xi Diaternity, and FMLA.