Campus Resources

Gender Inclusive Restrooms

Gender-inclusive restrooms are single-person private restrooms designed to provide equal access to all, regardless of gender expression or identity. Gender inclusive restrooms are offered to all campus community members. The UWGB Main campus offers 11 gender-inclusive restrooms through its academic buildings and the Kress Events Center.

Students are allowed to use any restroom on campus that fits their gender identity or makes them feel safest.

LGBTQ Student Organizations

The UWGB Main campus offers a variety of student organizations designed to help LGBTQ+ students and their allies. This includes the Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA), Student Government Association's Equity and Diversity Committee, and the Campus Cupboard Student Organization.

Pride Center Scholarships

For more information, please contact Stacie Christian at

Social Groups

The Pride Center offers a variety of social groups to engage those in particular LGBTQ+ subcommunities through fun, engaging activities. These groups meet in the Pride Center's Quiet Room and are designed to meet the needs of students. Some of the previous groups include Transgender Group, Asexuality Group, Coping and Resillience, and Nonbinary Group. If there is a group that you would like to see, please inform Stacie or a Pride Center intern.

Campus Cupboard and Clothing Closet

The Campus Cupboard is a student organization run by students, with the mission of providing an on-campus food pantry, clothing closet, and cleaning/personal hygiene products to ensure adequate basic needs are met of all students, faculty, and staff.  The Campus Cupboard and Clothes Closet is located in the 'CK One' space in Rose Hall 140 (in the corridor section between Wood and Rose Halls). 

Safe and Inclusive Living (SAIL)

The Safe And Inclusive Living (SAIL) community is a campus housing alternative in which two or more students mutually agree to share a university apartment composed of individual bedrooms regardless of the occupant's sex, gender identity, gender expression, and/or sexual orientation. Through the creation of this community, transgender and gender non-conforming students and their allies, can live in an open and supportive environment where they can rest assured their community neighbors are striving to understand and support one another's sexual orientation, gender identities, and life choices.

SAFE Ally Training

This training is offered to all students, staff, and faculty of UWGB to learn more about the LGBTQ+ community and its effect on campus and in the world around us. Upon completion, you will receive a certificate and placard to indicate to students that you are welcoming and capable of showing empathy to LGBTQ+ students and community.