Welcome to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Resource Office at East Carolina University. Since 2011, we have served the entire ECU campus from our office in B-103 Brewster Building. We are open Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Our resources include a lending library; information on campus, local, and national resources; and two computer workstations, in addition to a social area and offices for our staff. Throughout the year, we offer educational programs and events, and participate in national campaigns such as Coming Out Day, Transgender Day of Remembrance, and “Gay? Fine by Me.” We invite you to visit the LGBT Resource Office—everyone is always welcome!
The LGBT Resource Office welcomes everyone to East Carolina University for the Fall 2016 semester! In the months ahead, we will present programs and events designed to educate, to enlighten, to challenge, and to create opportunities for engagement across our campus. We invite you to visit our home in the Brewster Building, Room B-103 and allow us to share more about our services and the opportunities for you to be involved.
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Thursday, September 8, 6 pm to 8 pm in the Green Room at the Croatan
The LGBT Resource Office invites ECU students to join us for our annual Fall Welcome and Social! We are an educational, resource, referral, and social campus center. This is your chance to learn more about the office, our programs, and the volunteer opportunities available for students.
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Coffee House is an informal psychoeducational weekly gathering for students. The 90-minute session covers different topics related to student life and the LGBT community and offers the opportunity to learn more about yourself and meet other students. Coffee and snacks will be available each week. Coffee House meets on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm in the Brewster Building B-104.
The LGBT Resource Office and the Center for Counseling and Student Development are presenting “To Girls Everywhere, I Am With You,” on September 21 at 7 pm in Wright Auditorium. An evening exploring the impact of sexual violence on our campuses and in our society, the program will feature a reading of the courageous statement written by the woman who was sexually assaulted in January 2015 at Stanford University.
A panel discussion will follow featuring representatives from the Center for Counseling and Student Development, ECU Police, Student Health Services, the LGBT Resource Office, the Department of Sociology, and the Pitt County Justice System.
The presentation is a Wellness Passport Event and is free and open to the public. Due to graphic content, it is recommended for mature audiences.