•BLK PEARL•

Black • Brown • Indigenous • Trans • Queer

 

Roll call

We have compiled a short list of Historically Minority Serving Colleges and Universities who have been deemed "friendly" to LGBTQ students.

If you have information that we should change or include please email us at blkpearl.us@gmail.com

 
Tribal College or University

Tribal College or University

Haskell Indian Nations University

“Haskell is a place of inclusion,” they said. “Haskell is a safe and traditional environment for our people to be who they always were.”  

-Bry Cordell Smiley

Organizer of Haskell's first Two Spirit Powwow 

Historically Black College or University

Historically Black College or University

Tuskegee University

The "Safe Space" is a place where you are welcomed and accepted regardless of your sexuality. We are an alliance gathered to create an environment free of judgment, to educate the campus about different issues within the LGBT community, and to assist in fighting for equal rights within the community.

Asian American and Pacific Islander Serving Institution

Asian American and Pacific Islander Serving Institution

University of Illinois at Chicago

We are passionate about our mission to create a more inclusive campus and catalyze positive social change. Through innovative programs, interactive workshops, special events, and the sharing of resources, we challenge heteronormativity and promote deeply engaged and life affirming thinking, learning, and action.

Hispanic Serving Institution

Hispanic Serving Institution

North carolina Central university

NCCU teaches that with success comes responsibility. We were the first in the state system to require all students to volunteer in the community as part of their education. Our programs in community service emphasize that personal success in life includes giving something back.

Other Minority Serving Institution

Other Minority Serving Institution

Willamette University

Our mission is to provide a safe place for our students to express their own unique individuality, and to feel reaffirmed by the surrounding faculty, staff, and other students throughout all facets of the Willamette experience.