LGBTQIA+ Student Support
The Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion provides a number of resources and networks for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual (LGBTQIA+) students.
Through direct support services, community spaces, student groups and course curricula, Davidson is committed to creating a community that welcomes and fosters mutual respect among all campus members.
In the Classroom
The Charles N. Williamson Endowment, created by Dr. Charles Nelson Williamson '64, promotes the learning and understanding of LGBTQ issues through curricular and co-curricular projects and programs. The Williamson Endowment is administered through the Office of the Dean of Faculty.
Studying abroad is an opportunity for LGBTQIA+ students to view their sexual identity from a different cultural perspective. The Office of Education Abroad has compiled information and resources for LGBTQIA+ students to consider when participating in a study abroad program.
In the Workplace
The Matthews Center for Career Development has compiled a list of resources on Handshake (login required) about LGBTQIA+ rights in the workplace, gay-friendly job search organizations and websites, industry and geographic resources, and tips for assessing the inclusivity of employers.