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LGBT Student Services

LGBT Student Services is designed for students who are seeking LGBTQIA+ related services, support, and opportunities for personal growth, safety, and a sense of belonging. We put student needs at the center of our mission and provide resources to the UVU community seeking greater understanding of the LGBTQIA+ community.

LGBT Student Services Provides:

  • Advising, support, and advocacy
  • Educational, social, and activity programming for, by, and about the community
  • An affirming and supportive place to discuss sexuality and gender
  • Student lounge for hanging out and studying (Open Monday-Friday, 8-5 PM)
  • Safe Zone Training
  • Student leadership development
  • Student support discussion groups
  • Socials and gatherings to develop peer networks
  • Lavender Graduation
  • Peer mentoring
  • Advisement to Spectrum: Queer Student Alliance at UVU
  • LGBTQIA* Lending Library with books, films, periodicals, and zines
  • InQueery Educator Panels
  • Opportunities for dialogue and academic pursuits about LGBTQIA* topics
  • Referrals for all things LGBTQIA*-related

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Spectrum: Queer Student Alliance

As Utah Valley University's Spectrum: Queer Student Alliance serves as a supportive community for all individuals, no matter what sexual orientation or gender identity/expression they identify with.

This club strives to provide a safe social environment on campus, in the classroom, and off of campus for students, staff, and members of the surrounding community. To the best of its ability, the club will provide physical and mental health education, advocacy, and social support.

Spectrum's objective is to ensure that every student in the broader queer community be granted the same freedoms, opportunities, and social justices as all others at UVU as they pursue their academic goals.


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Safe Zone Training

Safe Zone is about fostering an environment of inclusion for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, allies, and asexual/nonsexual (LGBTQIA+) individuals on our campus and in the surrounding community. The training raises visibility and promotes ally building.


Sign-up for Safe Zone Training