LGBT Resource Center
What is Safe Zone?
Safe Zone is a program which identifies faculty and staff who will provide empathy, acceptance, support and resources for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and questioning students. The Safe Zone symbol posted in an individual's workspace lets students and staff know they can go to that person for help, for advice, or to talk confidence with a person who will be supportive and accepting. This symbol also means that biased and offensive actions and comments will be addressed in an educational and informative manner.
How can I participate in a training?
When the Safe Zone Training is being offered, you can register as a participant through MyPage. If your department or organization would like to schedule a training for a different time, you can request a training by emailing SafeZone@slcc.edu. Once requested, a Safe Zone trainer will contact you to set up a time.
When is Safe Zone training?
Safe Zone training is offered multiple times through out the year. Dates will be posted on this site as well as through the Center for Innovation. However, a department or student organization may request a training at any time by emailing SafeZone@slcc.edu.
How long is Safe Zone Training?
Safe Zone training is a 3 hour long training. It is offered in a complete, three hour format, but can also be broken into shorter sessions, broken up over several days.
When is the next Safe Zone Training?
There are currently no general trainings scheduled.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a training.
Request A Training
You can request a training for your office or campus by emailing us at SafeZone@slcc.edu