Campus Pride Webinar Series

Campus Pride Webinar Series

Webinars in ACTION: Progressive Ideas & Solutions

REGISTER FOR ANY WEBINAR IN THE CAMPUS PRIDE SERIES & HAVE A CHANCE TO WIN A FREE REGISTRATION ($900+ value) FOR YOUR COLLEGE TO ATTEND THE CAMPUS PRIDE SUMMER LEADERSHIP CAMP IN JULY.

Campus Pride strives to develop necessary resources, programs and services to support LGBT and ally students on college campuses across the United States.  Every semester Campus Pride offers a series of webinars on LGBTQ-related topics in higher education that provide progressive ideas and solutions. Webinars include the expertise of Campus Pride staff and student volunteers as well as expert presenters from across the country. Past topics have included mental health, fraternity and sorority life, creating safe zone programs, serving trans populations, and many more. Check out the line up for this semester.

Currently in process of being scheduled — please check back often.

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