Campus Resources

USF LGBTQ Support and Educational Services

University Ministry

Location: Toler Hall, Lower Level
Telephone: (415) 422-4463

University Ministry offers spiritual and pastoral counseling to students, faculty and staff. Resident Ministry Interns are also available in all of the residence halls.

Thursdays | 11:45 a.m. | University Ministry, Romero Room

"Join us on a self discovery journey to explore the intersectionality between our different spiritual traditions and our LGBTQIA+ identities. We meet every Thursday during the academic year."

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Location: Lone Mountain Room 339
Telephone: (415) 422-6352

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) seeks to assist students in developing greater self-understanding and help resolve problems that interfere with their optimal personal functioning. It is normal to experience adjustment problems, especially during periods of transition. Consultation Services are available to students, faculty, family members, roommates, friends and staff when they have concerns about the psychological well-being of a fellow student, family member, friend, or colleague.

Lavender Commencement

For more info, visit: The Gender and Sexuality Center at University Center 412
Telephone: 415-422-4431

When your graduation is near, we want to take time to recognize your contributions to our community. Please consider participating in our Lavender Graduation Ceremony. The goal of the ceremony is to promote excellence among the LGBTQIA+ community and recognize the achievements of its diverse members. The members of the Lavender Graduation committee are actively engaged in addressing growing needs of our students.

Gender and Sexualities Studies

Telephone: (415) 422-5706
Location: Kalmanovitz Hall 260

Gender and Sexualities Studies offers a global, cross-cultural, and interdisciplinary approach to the study of gender and sexualities. The courses in the Gender and Sexualities minor consistently reflect USF's commitment to social justice and the diverse communities, local and global, that shape our understanding of the world, our lives, our knowledge, our labor, and our arts.

Concern Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Telephone: (800) 344-4222
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Assistance resource for Faculty & Staff only; students should use the USF CAPS office (see information below).

University Policy and Reporting Procedures Related to the LGBTQ Community

Student Reporting: The Fogcutter Student Handbook - Student Conduct, University Standards, Policies and Procedures – Act of Intolerance Section

Faculty and Staff Reporting: Human Resources Employment Policies – USF Equal Opportunity and Non Discrimination Policy & Sexual Harassment Policy