Safe Zone Training

The PRIDE Center offers a 2.5 hour training aimed at creating safe spaces/zones on campus in people, organizations, and offices/departments. At the end of each training, individuals get "Safe Zone Stickers" which they can put on office doors/windows, water bottles, binders, laptops, etc., to show that they are safe spaces for LGBTQ students, staff, and faculty. 

If you are interested in scheduling a training for your office, group, club, organization, or class, please fill out the form found HERE. If you have questions, please contact the Safe Zone Program Coordinator--Chris Kent--at 

Join the Safe Zone Community!

Many individuals who go through Safe Zone Training are also interested in continuing their involvement with the community after their training. The Safe Zone Community Program is the next step after training. Individuals who are interested can remain connected to the program by filling this FORM. Once signed up, individuals will be put on an email list, where they will be notified about meetings, mixers, programs, or educational information important for Safe Zone trained individuals.

List of Safe Zone Trainers:

Below are people who organize and lead Safe Zone Trainings, after going through a training for Trainers. If you are interested in becoming a Trainer, contact Chris Kent at the PRIDE Center.

1) Chris Kent, Program Coordinator, PRIDE Center --

...more to come...

List of Safe Zone Trained Staff/Faculty:

Below are people who have attended the 2.5 Safe Zone Training and are part of the Safe Zone Community Program. You can reach out to them for support and information.

1) Chris Kent, Program Coordinator, PRIDE Center --
2) Jessica Castellon, Program Coordinator, Multi-Cultural Center --
3) J'Lissabeth Faughn, Director, PRIDE Center, Women's Resource Center, Multi-Cultural Center --

...more to come...