BGLTQ Office Community Update

March 12, 2020
Dear Students,

The BGLTQ Office is here to support you. 

Although our programming has been postponed, our space in Grays Hall (which houses the BGLTQ Office and the Office of Diversity Education & Support) will be open until 8pm this evening. Please feel free to come by for support or to simply say hello - Stone and I will be here alongside other friendly faculty and administrators who are ready to help you in whatever way we can. AND, we still have plenty of tea, coffee, safer sex supplies, and comfortable couches if you're looking for a space to decompress. We will also be open from 9am-5pm tomorrow (Friday). 

Our community has deep wisdom about how to hold one another in the midst of uncertainty. As we figure out how to do this virtually, please know that we are thinking creatively about ways to keep the community connected through programs like Lavender Graduation, workshops, and weekly gatherings. We'll be in touch with you to help us think about what this can look like. 

As we all adapt to the challenges posed by this public health crisis, I find myself once again in awe of your resourcefulness and ingenuity. Please take advantage of the resources that the University is providing, and don't hesitate to reach out to us in the BGLTQ Office ( 

We are here for you, and we will move forward together in strength. 

Sheehan Scarborough
Director, Office of BGLTQ Student Life
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