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Pride Center



Safe Ally Training

Safe Ally Training is free to UW-Green Bay students, staff and faculty. Level 1: basic terminology, and ally tips. Level 2: State and Federal laws that affect LGBTQIA2S+ individuals. Level 3: LGBTQIA2S+ history 1940's to 2015.

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Resources to
Uplift & Empower

We offer resources to help our LGBTQIA2S+ community thrive.

Named as a top school in the U.S. for LGBTQIA2S+ students by the Campus Pride Index, we're committed to providing a supportive environment—for our students and our employees. Learn how UW-Green Bay can support you to ensure you have a safe, identity-affirming and accepting experience.

We're Here For You
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As Phoenix, we're committed to helping students rise.

We offer opportunities for all aspects of your life.


The Pride Center hires undergraduate and graduate interns during the academic year and summers to develop programming, empower students and assist with community outreach. Undergraduate positions are available on all four campuses.

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Get Social

The Pride Center is a great place to socialize with other students. Check out our events or drop in for a visit!

Find Your People
Safe & Inclusive Living

The Safe And Inclusive Living (SAIL) community is a campus housing option where two or more students agree to share a university apartment regardless of the occupant's sex, gender identity, gender expression and/or sexual orientation.

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Pride Camps

Creating laughter, joy and acceptance for middle and high school students.

Summer Pride Camp offers LGBTQIA2S+ youth from grades 6-12 opportunities to meet other queer folx and allies their age. These pride camps offer a chance for students to socialize with friends while learning about queer history, health topics and wellness, while also participating in the traditional summer camp activities such as arts and crafts and playing games.
Best Summer Ever
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Our History

Our past informs our present. Learn more about how the Pride Center started in an old storage closet with a team of volunteers.

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Resources Galore

Since its beginning, the Pride Center has been committed to helping UW-Green Bay's LGBTQIA2S+ community thrive. Part of that is providing resources to support education, advocacy and well-being.

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Educator Resources

These resources are designed for educators to support students.

Educate & Advocate
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Ally Resources

Support your friends and family by learning more about queer issues and history to become a better advocate.

Continue Learning
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QTBIPOC Resources

Identity is intersectional. Access resources for queer, trans, black, indigenous people of color.

Protect Your Well-being
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Transgender Resources

As lawmakers across the country continue to propose bills that target the transgender community,
ensuring you have resources is essential to your safety and happiness.

Stronger Together
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Two-Spirit Resources

Two-spirit is an identity of some indigenous people, encompassing gender, culture and spirituality.

A Better World For You
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Youth Resources

Build a support system through our resources specifically for LGBTQIA2S+ youth.

This is Your Place

Visit the Pride Center

Green Bay: University Union 153
Manitowoc: Founders Hall F133
Marinette: Main Building M-145
Sheboygan: Main Building 3212

8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Contact Information

Phone Number: 920-465-2167