Here you will find a wide variety of resources, information about the LGBTQ+ community at Missouri S&T, and ways to get involved.
The LGBTQ+ Resource Center is the centeral hub of LGBTQ+ life at Missouri S&T. We foster an envronment that is open, safe, and inclusive for people of all sexualities and gender identies.
The Resource Center is not only for the LGBTQ+ community but for the entire Missouri S&T community. We strive to be an affirming and welcoming space on campus that works to incorporate principles of social justice into our programs and services.
Coming out is when a person decides to reveal an important part of who they are with someone in their life. For many LGBTQ people, this involves sharing their sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
Unfortunately, coming out isn't always easy. After thinking it through you may decide not to come out - and that's ok too. Many people decide not to for different reasons. Remember, there isn't one right way to come out, and it's YOUR choice.
It is the policy of the University of Missouri System that a student may choose to identify themselves within the university community with a preferred first and/or middle name that differs from their legal name and gender.
Mixed gender floors are located in Thomas Jefferson Residential Hall, and all floors in Residential Commons, University Commons, and Rolla Suites. In Miner Village we offer gender inclusive housing where 2 or 4 people of any gender can live in the same apartment.
The purpose of this service is to minimize the often heavy financial burden of transitioning or coming out. All S&T students who have a need may use it accordingly.
Student Well-Being provides counseling services, health promotion initiatives, and prevention programs to empower the S&T community to thrive and enhance personal, academic, and professional success. And the link you use can be to our main page, wellbeing.mst.edu
The following listing includes free hotlines, suicide prevention support and services, youth organizations, and online mental health and addiction resources.
As we work toward a more inclusive campus community it is important that every member of our community educate themselves on the appropriate use of inclusive language.
Below, please find resources provided by mypronouns.org and Student Diversity Initiatives. Remember, language frames our identities, language has the capacity to open doors and build bridges- language matters.
You can also visit the site below to learn more about International Pronouns Day.
An "ally" is a term used to describe someone who is supportive of LGBT people. It encompasses non-LGBT allies as well as those within the LGBT community who support each other.
Allies are some of the most effective and powerful voices of the LGBT movement. Not only do allies help people in the coming-out process, they also help others understand the importance of equality, fairness, acceptance and mutual respect.
Student Health provides services to help you strengthen your well-being by reinforcing healthy habits and showing you how to reduce the impact of high-risk behavior. Services include distribution of condoms, dental dams, and information on HIV/STI services and resources. Anonymous STI testing is also available.
These restrooms are all person, all access restrooms made available for ALL members of the S&T community.
A specific list of restroom locations is provided below.
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