For students to find their belonging. Use this form to voluntarily provide information about your identity and interests, in order to be connected with the groups on campus that best fit your needs.
SUNY Brockport allows students to request that their first name be changed on their Eagle One ID card and in other official college systems when their legal name does not accurately reflect their identity.
NEW Fall 2021: For students who are exploring their gender identity and/or gender expression. Located in the LGBTQIA+ Student Lounge, Seymour College Union B129. All items (clothes, shoes & accessories) are free.
If you are looking to donate: We are always accepting clothing. We are most in need of larger sizes and traditionally masculine clothes, but we will accept any gently used donations other than undergarments.
Additional Programming & Resources
ALL GENDER RESTROOMS
All Gender Restrooms are located in every building on campus. View our list & map of where to access these restrooms.
Safe Zone is a campus-wide program designed to educate students, faculty, and staff on LGBTQ identities and experiences and build their skills in actively creating a SUNY Brockport community that is inclusive for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities and expressions. During a Safe Zone workshop, participants will learn language that relates to the LGBTQ community, identify some of the issues facing LGBTQ individuals, develop skills for being an ally to LGBTQ people, and learn about resources for LGBTQ people on campus and in the community. Safe Zone aims to prepare individuals to foster an environment in which all people are free to thrive personally, academically, professionally.
To schedule a Safe Zone training, please email Mat Hall at email@example.com.
QUEERING SEX EDUCATION
Many states don’t require K-12 institutions to provide sex education. Furthermore, those that do often don’t require medically accurate content and ignore or suppress LGBTQIA+ identities and needs. This reality contributes to misinformation or lackluster information by all students, but it particularly affects LGBTQIA+ students who then experience a higher rate of negative health outcomes like: relationship and sexual violence, STI/HIV transmission rates, and lower mental health. This program seeks to challenge cisnormative and heteronormative assumptions in sex education by actively queering the curricula, rooting it in sex-positivity, and exploring concepts of inclusion and accessibility.
To schedule a Queering Sex Education program, please email Mat Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TRANSGENDER AWARENESS WEEK
Each year between November 13 – 19, people and organizations around the country participate in Transgender Awareness Week to help raise the visibility of transgender people and address issues members of the community face.
The week before Transgender Day of Remembrance on November 20, people and organizations around the country participate in Transgender Awareness Week to help raise the visibility of transgender people and address issues the community faces.