The Allies Program seeks to empower administrators, faculty, staff and students to create and maintain a welcoming and inclusive environment for GLBTQ+ members of our campus and community. By providing support, resources, and educational programs, Allies help GLBTQ+ students find their place and remain a vital part of UTSA.
Allies are faculty, staff, and students at UTSA who provide a supportive and welcoming environment for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning (GLBTQ+) students. Members of the Allies Program at UTSA may post a placard or wear a lapel pin with the Allies logo to identify themselves.
Each Ally has attended a training session prior to becoming part of the Allies Program at UTSA so that they may become familiar with the benefits and responsibilities of being an Ally.
Register for Ally training. Becoming An Ally (SD 310); or Advanced Ally Training (SD 425). Please note that SD 310 is a required prerequisite to SD 425.
Students: Learn to be a support and a resource for yourself or peers who identify as LGBTQ+.
Find various resources here at UTSA, in our community, in the State and also nationally.
The Center is a space for all members of the university
community to explore issues relating to culture, ethnicity, gender,
sexual orientation, sexual identity,politics and volunteerism. Let
the Center be your home away from home. We encourage you to visit
and connect with members of our community.
UC 2.01.04, P:210-458-4770 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
UTSA Counseling Services provides a confidential atmosphere
where students may discuss concerns with highly skilled counselors
in individual or group sessions. Relationship and couples
counseling is also offered:Main Campus, RWC 1.810, Phone: (210)
Downtown Campus, BV 1.308, Phone: (210) 458-2930
UTSA Student Organization with the purpose of supporting the
GLBT community at UTSA in the San Antonio community.
Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians & Gays SA Chapter
A national organization with over 500 affiliated chapters across the United States.P.O. Box 33191,San Antonio, Texas 78265-3191
P: 210-655-2383, Email: email@example.com
QSan Antonio provides links to stories of interest in the local area, in Texas, the nation and the world.
The Current is a weekly publication with edgy reporting and a definitive role as local entertainment source.
Community participation, relief ministries, Sunday school. 611 East Myrtle, San Antonio, Texas 78212, Phone: (210) 472-3597
Spirit of Peace Church - United Church of Christ
Liberal theology, open to all. 7150 Interstate 10 West and Loop 410
Phone: (210) 403-9084
Education, lobbying, outreach.1025 Vermont Ave, NW - Suite 200 Washington, DC 20005, Phone: (202) 347-5700
Gay and straight teachers, parents, studetns and concerned citizens from all walks of life organized to end the destructive effects of anti-gay bias in schools across the country. 121 West 27th Street, Suite 804, New York, NY 10001, Phone: (212) 727-0135, Email: GLSEN@glsen.org
Information, advocacy, and education concerning the freeing of gender roles in society.
Education, lobbying, outreach. 1101 14th Street, NW, Washington
DC 20005, Phone: (202) 628-4160, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides legal representation in precedent-setting cases and
legal education on issues of same-sex orientations. 8700 Market
Street - Suite 570, San Francisco, CA 94102, Phone: (415)
Youth Line: (800) 528-6257,Email: NCLRSF@aol.com
The life and death of Matthew Shepard changed the way we talk about and deal with hate in the United States. For the past eight years, the legacy of this remarkable young man's life has challenged and inspired millions of individuals to erase hate in all forms. Although his life was short, it continues to have a great impact on both young and old alike.
An inclusive website that discusses pop culture, entertainment
and news regarding the GLBT community in San Antonio.
Dignity - San Antonio
A light to the GLBT community since 1976. Phone: (210) 340-2230
Association of (LGBT) Community. Centers are engines organizing
and liberation, and are crucial to the health and strength of
Center dedicated to achieving civil rights through a program of litigation. 611 East Myrtle SA, Texas 78212, P: (210) 472-3597
An organization that supports grassroots organizing national advocacy. 2320 17th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009-2702, Phone: (202) 332-6483472-3597 Email: email@example.com
A national organization with over 500 affiliated chapters across
the United States.1726 M Street, NW - Suite 400, Washington, DC
Phone: (202) 467-8180, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org