Through programming, educational opportunities, allyship training, and a variety of support services centering the experiences of Georgia College's LGBTQ+ community, LGBTQ+ Programs works to create a welcoming community and environment in and outside of the HUB in everyone feels safe, affirmed, and free to self-determine their sexual, gender and relationship identities along with all intersecting identities of race, class, ability, spirituality, etc.
Learn about who we are at LGBTQ+ Programs at Georgia College! (Coming soon!)
S.T.A.R. Ally (Support, Teach, Affirm, Respect) training advances one of Georgia College's guiding principles of “instilling respect for human diversity and individuality,” by affirming people of all sexual and gender identities.
Do you have questions about LGBTQ+ Programs? Do you want to learn more about LGBTQ+ life at Georgia College? Check out our FAQ tab for answers! (Coming soon)
Learn about the resources available on campus, as well as links to several state and nationwide resources. (Coming soon)
If you have any questions, or want more information, please contact LGBTQ+ Programs
The HUB (Blackbridge Hall)
111 S. Clarke St.
Milledgeville, GA 31061