Case Western Reserve University consistently ranks among the nation's top universities in such publications as U.S. News & World Report. It is also one of the most LGBT-friendly campuses in the country, regularly scoring high marks on the LGBT-Friendly Campus Climate Index and in The Advocate's College Guide. In 2013 Case Western Reserve was ranked by the Huffington Post as one of the top 25 LGBT friendly colleges in the country.
Graduate and professional students are invited to join QGrad for their first General Body Meeting and 2014 Kickoff Party! For updates on QGrad events, check out QGrad's Facebook page.
Join us for our Fall Conversation Group series! Share your own experiences, come with questions, or come just to hang out. All Conversation Groups are held in the LGBT Center, just off of the Bellflower Entrance to the Tinkham Veale University Center.
Relateable is our special conversation group dedicated to sharing experinces from past and present relationships. Relateable is open to Allies as well as anyone that identifies as LGBT.
Gender Identity Group (7pm)
Asexual Discussions (6pm)
Guys Like Us (7pm)
Girls Like Us (7pm)
The LGBT Center has begun compiling a list of single stall, private restrooms. For more information, please refer to our bathroom inventory page. If you know of any restrooms that aren't yet included, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add it to the list.
Scheduling for Fall Safe Zones is now open! If you're a member of a CWRU Department, student group, or even just have a group of people interested in getting Safe Zone trained; visit the Safe Zone page to register or learn more about the training. If you don't have a group, we will also be hosting an open Safe Zone specifically for students this fall.
Join us this fall for our weekly Conversation Groups, our guest speaker Laverne Cox from the Netflix hit Orange is the New Black, and much more! Information about each event will be here, as well as on our Facebook page.
"We value the contributions of every student, staff and faculty member, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, political persuasion, sexual orientation or gender identity."
—President Barbara Snyder
Read President Snyder's full
Statement on LGBT Issues and Concerns