UNL Campus Resources
Beginning in Fall 2015, UNL will officially implement its gender-inclusive housing policy. This means that any student who identifies as LGBT+ is eligible to apply. For more information on the policy and its full wording, please click here.
The form to fill out is available here. If you have any questions or need clarification, please contact Melissa Peters, Assistant Director of Residence Life for Student Leadership and Diversity Initiatives at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (402)-472-3872. Students may also contact the LGBTQA+ Resource Center at (402)-472-1652 or email@example.com.
St. Marks on Campus Study Lounge
Mark's on the Campushas Student Outreach including a study lounge
during the fall and spring semesters.
2 nights of the week: Sunday and Wednesday 7 - 11 p.m.
Free coffee, free food, free pop, and free wi-fi! Call 402-474-1979 for more information.
St. Mark's is located at 13 & R Street. The Study Lounge is a non-religious program of St. Mark's On the Campus Episcopal Church. St. Mark's is an inclusive community and the Study Lounge is open to all students of all beliefs.
RSOs are Recognized Student Groups at UNL
Spectrum UNL meets on Thursdays at 6 pm during the fall and spring semester in the Nebraska Union, room posted. Their office is located in 234 NU and they have a social hour in the office prior to the meeting.
Allies & Advocates for GLBT Equality at the Law College.
UNL Police Department Liaison: Sgt. Casey Ricketts, 402.472.2222 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Email lists you can join for news, discussion, and event information:
Committee for GLBT Concerns (CGLBTC)
LGBTQ Resource Center
For the ALLY, LGBTQA Resource Center and LGBTQNews listservs, please email email@example.com.
Facebook: SpectrumUNL (Undergraduate LGBTQA group), the Committee on GLBT Concerns, and the LGBTQA Resource Center also have facebook pages.
Follow the LGBTQA Resource Center:
- Tumblr: lgbtqarc-unl.tumblr.com
- Instagram: @UNLLGBTQA
The LGBTQA Resource Center has a library collection located at the
center. Our collection is catalogued in the University Library
catalog. Any of our materials will indicate that they are located
at the LGBTQA Resource Center. For more information:
* Stop by the center in 346 NU
* Call the center at 402.472.1652
* Email the student staff serving as the library coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
The University Library also has LGBT materials in a database: LGBT Life.
For more information contact Charlene Maxey-Harris, 402.472.8700, Cmaxeyharris2@unl.edu
For more information on bullying issues impacting LGBT
PFLAG-Cornhusker meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7 pm at the Unitarian Church in Lincoln, 63 & A Street. There is a social half hour at 6:30 pm, a program at 7 pm, and support groups for those who want to participate at 8 pm. The meeting is over at 9 pm.
Nebraska Trans* Community
A Trans* Community Group for the Greater Lincoln/Omaha Areas. This group is for individuals that identify with a nontraditional masculine or feminine sense of self. This may include but is not limited to genderqueer, gender nonconforming, gender rebel, two-spirited, and female to male (FTM) or male to female (MTF) individuals. Partners are welcome at the meetings and on their facebook group. Check out their website at NebraskaTransCommunity.com
Support group for parents of gender fluid children:
Join other parents of gender non-conforming children for support and conversation. Parents of children of all ages are welcome to attend...from pre-school to adult. Group will meet the second Saturday of every month at First Plymouth Church (20th & D St) at 11:00am in room H. For further information or questions please email Steph @ email@example.com
Lincoln Groups you can join on Facebook:
Outlinc: LGBT Community in Lincoln
LGBTQ Reading Group
Nebraska Trans* Community Group (Secret Group to protect privacy, contact NebraskaTransCommunity@gmail.com to be added!)
Scott Winrow, UHC Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), University Health Center, second floor, 402-472-7450.
Trans* Students interested in a support group, please contact Dr. Scott Winrow at 402.472.7450
The Women's Center, 340 Nebraska Union.
Victim Advocate through the Women's Center: 402.472.0203.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP): EAP services are available to faculty, staff, and their domestic partners (living in the same household). EAP is located in the 501 Building on city campus, 402-472-3107; 1-800-755-2655 (outside Lincoln).
Campus and Community Counseling is available through the Rainbow Clinic, Psychological Consulation Center and the Family Resource Center. Community referrals are also available through the LGBTQA Resource Center.
Education and Faith Based Resources
Pat Tetreault, Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org, 402-472-1752
LGBTQA Resource Center: 402-472-1652
Jerry Thompson, St. Mark's on the Campus Episcopal, 402-474-1979, email@example.com
- Karla Cooper, Quinn Chapel, African Methodist Episcopal (open to all), 402-435-7114.
Steve Griffith, Saint Paul United Methodist, 402-730-8927, firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Marks on-the-campus Episcopal, 1309 "R" Street, 402-474-1979
For additional information or resources, contact one of the resources listed above.
To find out about resource additions or updates, please contact the LGBTQA Resource Center at 402-472-1652 or email@example.com.