The LGBTQ Center hosts weekly and monthly programming for the campus community. Some of these programs include Queer Film Fridays, What's the Tea?, Campus Connections, and much more! See below for information on all of our Center Programming.
Campus Connections shows you the ins-and-outs of Kennesaw State University. We bring real people from departments on campus to help you figure out where to go and who to talk to when you have a question or concern at KSU. This is an informal opportunity to network with on-campus staff and ask any questions you may have in a safe, non-judgmental environment.
The LGBTQ Resource Center is a space for community and within any community growth must occur. Center Convos is an opportunity to delve deeper into the mission of the Resource Center and talk through some of the theories the RC mission is based upon.
GAYmer Time Tuesday focuses on building and fostering relationships between fellow gaymers.
LGBTQ Support Group
Facilitated by Counseling and Psychological Services
This ongoing monthly support group is open to LGBTIQ students. It provides a safe open space to share, discuss, support, and learn from one another.
Beginning Fall 2017, The LGBTQ Counseling Group will be hosted in the Counseling and Psychological Services office, located in Kennesaw Hall Room 2401. For more information, visit the Counseling and Psychological Services website.
OUT @ Work
The Out @ Work Series is designed to create an open and safe space for KSU students who identify as LGBTQ that have questions about navigating work and identity. In collaboration with the Department of Career Planning & Development this series offers guidance, support, and resources to students who are thinking about these questions and others.
Queer Film Friday
82.5% of major studio releases exclude LGBTQ people from their stories and 65-68% of those stories are about gay, white men. Queer Film Friday is an opportunity to not only support LGBTQ stories but to discuss the way in which LGBTQ identities are represented.
Reading Rainbows is a book club designed to get students more involved with the Resource Center library and to engage in reading LGBTQ theme literature. This will aid students to develop a sense of community and accomplishment as they participate within the group.
One of the greatest challenges of students entering college is realizing how much time they need to study… and locating a productive workspace takes a close second.
For every one credit hour in which you enroll, you should spend about two to three hours outside of class studying. It is important to remember that there are only 24 hours in each day and only 168 hours in each week. We can help you make a dent in your study time!
Study Skills provides students with the opportunity to learn and develop strategies for study that suit your individual learning style.
What's the Tea?
So much happens in this world that affects us and our community. “What’s the Tea?!” gives students an opportunity to have a safe space to effectively and critically discuss the current issues and current events that are surrounding the LGBTQ community.