Allies & Advocates

LGBT Supportive Environment Assessment

T F My campus has a gay/lesbian/bisexual student organization supported by student government funds.
T F My campus has a gay/lesbian/bisexual support group through our counseling center.  
T F My campus has a gay/lesbian/bisexual staff association.
T F My campus has courses taught regarding the gay/lesbian/bisexual culture.
T F My campus' affirmative action statement includes sexual orientation.
T F My campus has a minority affairs office that includes gay/lesbian/bisexuals as part of the groups they serve.  
T F My housing office has a clearly stated policy in the student handbook or conduct code that prohibits harassment/discrimination to minorities including gay/lesbian/bisexual persons.  
T F My housing office does not grant immediate room changes on the basis of sexual orientation, unless there is a presence of danger to a resident.  
T F There are openly gay/lesbian/bisexual students in my office.  
T F There are openly gay/lesbian/bisexual professionals on my campus.  
T F There is a workshop each semester on gay/lesbian/bisexual student issues that is handled through out training development/human recourses office.  
T F The college/university monitors publications, fliers, and handbooks to assure that they do not exclude gay/lesbian/bisexual persons by assuming heterosexuality.  
T F There is a policy that allows married couples to serve as hall directors/area coordinators, and the college/university extends this same offer to gay/lesbian/bisexual couples.
T F There is a strong commitment in organizations on campus to treat all people equally. This is evident with out gay/lesbian/bisexual population as it is with ethnic minorities.


Source: Adapted from an unknown author.

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