The LGBTQ Resource Center is delighted to offer the following videos as a brief look into the work and reach of Center Initiatives across campus. The clips below feature many moments of student life as well as the perspectives and depth of our Faculty and Staff. From our visibility project the "I AM Campaign" to our signature events like Lavender Graduation and Coming Out in Red Square, you can find special occasions captured here on film. We invite you to explore these galleries and share with us even for a brief time what are now the "Expressions of a Better Georgetown."
Celebrating 10 Years of Lavender Graduation
The LGBTQ Resource Center is honored to have celebrated LGBTQ and ally students for ten years.
Lavender Graduation 2018
The Honorable Pamela Chen: Keynote Speech
Zack Frial: Senior Reflection
Grace Smith: Closing Remarks
OUT for Change Campaign
The Out for Change Campaign was a student-led initiative in the Fall 2007 which led to the historic townhall with President DeGioia in October 2007, the creation of three working groups, and the eventual formation of the LGBTQ Resource Center.
President John DeGioia's offers remarks at the historic public townhall hosted on October 24, 2007 to address student concerns and LGBTQ student resources at Georgetown University.
A panel of students, faculty, and staff reflect on their involvement with the Out for Change Campaign 10 years later.
The “I AM” campaign is an annual part of OUTober that allows students to proudly declare their identities. Since its formation this campaign has been a form of empowerment and visibility for students across campus. This year we have also asked faculty and staff to participate. What does "I Am" mean to you?
Coming Out in Red Square 2015
Coming Out in Red Square is GUPride’s annual Coming Out Day Celebration. It celebrates the progress Georgetown has made to become a more inclusive campus, while recognizing that there are still challenges. This event features a door through which students “come out” as proud LGBTQ Hoyas and Allies.
It Gets Better: Georgetown
Georgetown Hoyas come together to share their stories and spread the message of hope to LGBTQ youth that it really does get better.