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Campus Resources

Lambda Bridges LGBTQA Program Office 
Carter Hall G-16;; 724-938-5758

Office of Student Affairs
Carter Hal G-35l; 724-938-4439

Women’s Center/End Violence Center
Carter Hall G-45; 724-938-5857

University Health and Wellness (Counseling) Center
Carter Hall, Ground Floor; 725-938-4056

Office for Social Equity
South Hall 112; 724-938-4014

University Residence Life
Residence Hall B 117; 724-938-4444

Office of Student Conduct
Residence Hall B 117; 724-938-4444

Office of Student with Disabilities
Azorsky Hall 105; 724-938-5781 

Other resources

Gay and Lesbian Resource Center (GLCC), Pittsburgh

OUT Online (Pittsburgh’s online LGBTQA local and national news source)

PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of lesbians and Gays), Pittsburgh

PERSAD Center (Humans Service Organization that serves the LGBTQA Community)

Gay for Good, Pittsburgh (volunteer opportunity)

Equality Pennsylvania (PA LGBTQA Advocacy Organization) 

Human Rights Campaign (HRC- National LGBTQA Advocacy Organization) 

National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR- national legal organization dedicated to service the LGBTQA Community) 

Initiative for Transgender Leadership 

National Center for Transgender Equality 

Office Information

Lambda Bridges LGBTQA Program Office

Carter Hall G-16

Lambda Bridges Events

Cal Allies
LGBTQA ally program, formerly Safe Zone

Keeping Current 
Once-a-month discussion of current events that effect the LGBTQA community

Rainbow Alliance
Student gay-straight alliance

Out 'n Proud 
Student panels

Janis M. Zivic ’64 Scholarship


Why lambda?


Portrait of Kate Kendall.
Kate Kendall, executive director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR), talked about advancing the rights of all people, including members of the GLBTQA community, during the opening event for Lambda Bridges at Cal U.