Research and Grants

Campus Pride supports research to bring visibility and positive change addressing the needs of LGBTQ+ people at colleges and universities. These Campus Pride publications and resources provide an overview of our work and research in partnership with educational organizations and institutions.

QRIHE: Founded in 2008, the Q Research Institute for Higher Education (QRIHE pronounced “queery”) is a national center for the scholarly study of LGBT people in higher education.

Research & Publications: Campus Pride publishes a variety of research and publications within higher education throughout the year. The organization also partners with other higher education scholars and researchers to produce articles, publications and reports.

Campus Pride Social Justice Mini-Grants for Activism: Social Justice Mini-Grants for Activism fund and support young activists working to foster “true acceptance” by winning hearts and minds.  These mini-grants should support Campus Pride’s mission to build future leaders and create safer, more inclusive communities.  In addition, our first year of funding will prioritize supporting direct grassroots activism, advocacy efforts and organizing.

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