My team and I at the Center for School, College, and Career Resources have just started a project to help LGBTQ students succeed in school. We compiled a series of resources to help these students succeed in school, and I wanted to highlight three guides…
The first is a comprehensive guide created for LGBTQ students, allies, and other community members. It offers tips for knowing if a college is LGBTQ friendly and highlights the schools going above and beyond to welcome these students. It also explains the Campus Pride Index and includes an interview with Gary Howell, a staff member at Argosy University who works with AU Tampa’s Campus Pride group.
Resources and Expert Advice for LGBTQ College Students - https://www.learnhowtobecome.org/college/lgbtq-student-resources/
The second guide focuses on transgender students. It includes scholarships specific to the trans community, describes how to find a transgender-friendly college and provides a directory for additional resources to help with academic and extracurricular success. You can check out the entire guide here:
Resources for Transgender College Students - https://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/transgender-student-support/
The last guide in the series focuses on scholarships and financial aid available to LGBTQ college students. It's not only a list of funding opportunities -- there are tips on, for example, how to navigate applying to financial aid before coming out to family or if family is not supportive.
College Scholarships for LGBTQ Students –
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