Since 2007, the Campus Pride Index has provided valuable LGBTQ benchmarking data for hundreds of colleges and universities as well as a free of charge, accessible way online for thousands of LGBTQ youth and families to search for LGBTQ-friendly campuses; New 2.0 Campus Pride Index raises LGBTQ benchmarks and starting this week campuses are encouraged to create a new account and begin the assessment to be completed by December 1, 2014
CREATE YOUR NEW ACCOUNT
Campus Pride has been working 24/7 to update the Campus Pride Index 2.0 version. Plus we are also launching the Campus Pride Sports Index for collegiate recreation and intercollegiate athletics. Over three years of planning and fundraising has enabled us to create the 2.0 version and the new Sports Index. Please take a moment and create your new account. Go online to CampusPrideIndex.org/GetStarted2014
There is no need to rush. You have until December 1, 2014. And we are here to help you in the process.
IMPORTANT: Because this is a site overhaul, we ask for your help in keeping the current Campus Pride Index site updated through 2014 while preparing the new site for release. Campus Pride will launch the new 2.0 site and the Sports Index in January 2015 once we have the majority of campuses transitioned. We are trying to allow flexibility and time in doing so in order to anticipate any tech issues. If you have any errors with the site, please be sure to report them to firstname.lastname@example.org. We appreciate your patience in this process.
Please help us thank our Campus Pride partners The Consortium, ACPA-College Student Educators International, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, The LGBT Sports Coalition, NCLR Sports Project, NCAA, NIRSA Leaders in Collegiate Recreation, The StandUp Foundation, GO! Athlete as well as specific individuals on both Advisory Teams – Debbie Bazarsky, Sue Rankin, Genny Beemyn, Pat Griffin and Chris Mosier.
Campus Pride is the leading national educational organization for LGBTQ and ally college students and campus groups building future leaders and safer, more LGBTQ-friendly colleges and universities. The organization provides resources and services to thousands of college students and nearly 1400 campuses annually. Learn more online at CampusPride.org.