Safe Zone stickers are available to all faculty to display on their doors or in their offices. A safe zone sticker indicates that a professor is supportive of LGBTQ students. If someone is displaying a sticker but behaving in a manner inconsistent with its display, please report them to their supervisors.
Indicating a Preferred/Used Name
Would you like the online system to indicate a name different from the one on your legal documentation? The LSC online system is set up to accommodate this. Follow these steps:
Do you need help with something that you don’t see here but don’t know who to ask? Do you have recommendations for additions or changes to this page? Contact Aaron Alon, who is working with a committee on developing this webpage.
Recommended faculty contacts (faculty with a demonstrated record of supporting LGBTQ students and championing equal rights on campus):
Safe Zone is a campus-wide training program committed to ensuring LSC-University Park is a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment for LGBTQ+ community members. When you see the LSC-University Park Safe Zone sticker displayed within or outside an office, it means that staff or faculty member has successfully completed Safe Zone training and has designated their space as a Safe Zone for LGBTQ+ students.
If you have resources you would like added, please contact: Aaron Alon, Professor of Music: Aaron.Alon@LoneStar.edu | 281.290.5009
This page contains resources for students and employees on these topics: LGBT | GLBT | LGBTQ | GLBTQ | LGB | GLB | lesbian | gay | bisexual | transgender | trans | queer | SOGIE | sexual orientation | gender identity | gender expression