Pride Center

COVID 19 Message

In the Pride Center, we strive to provide excellent care for students, faculty, and staff. Despite COVID 19, the pride center will still be open! Ready to provide you with socially distanced, and virtual support. A big part of our role on campus is to be present with people. Please do not hesitate to reach out, ask questions, or share concerns. Send emails to or  

Please take care of yourself and thank you for your patience!


Welcome to the UWL Pride Center! We are located on the second floor of the Student Union, in The COVE area. Our Center seeks to provide ample educational opportunities and resources for UWL's students, faculty & staff including ally workshops, trainings, clubs, panels, books, documentaries, speakers, & student-led programs on current issues in our community.

Our Mission Statement: The Pride Center shall foster a safe environment for all LGBTQ+ students, faculty, and staff, educate the campus and community on issues, and advocate for student success and inclusivity.

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Meet Our People 

 Visit our peoples' page here!

Please help us welcome our new Peer Educators and Graduate Assistant!!

News and Upcoming Events

 Visit our events page here!

Safer Space

The UWL Pride Center aims to foster a safer space in which all individuals are supportive of the LGBTQ+ community. Part of this model is using inclusive language and committing to inclusive action. To learn more about our creation of a safer space, please follow this link.

Campus and Community Resources

Online Opportunities

Get connected with us in the Pride Center through online means. As the year goes on, we will have even more available online. 

Check us out on Social Media

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Diversity & Inclusion Statement

UWL is committed to earning the trust and support of our campus community as we work to provide a safe, equitable, and welcoming environment for our students, faculty, and staff. We know that current events can sometimes trigger strong emotions; therefore, it is crucial that we support one another by leveraging our relationships with each other. 

At UWL, we lean on each other for care, support, and growth. You may be wondering what we, as a predominantly white campus, can do to support each other regardless of the identities we hold.   

  • Recommit to making our campus as safe and welcoming as we can for historically excluded students. We do this by encouraging our community members to appropriately address campus climate issues in our classrooms, recreation, wellness, research, policies, and procedures. 

  • Participate in opportunities that will expand our knowledge of global citizenship and allow us to share and connect with the lived experiences of one another. 

  • Have honest, forthright conversations with one another about safety, trust, and belonging that are dependent on our identities.  

  • Become an upstander. When you see wrong or an act of injustice or intolerance – take action. One way to take action is to contact someone who can help with the situation. Another way is through the campus hate/bias reporting form. 

  • Come together to uplift and support one another. By striving to create change, have difficult conversations and confront racial injustice, we have the power to overcome any force that seeks to divide us. We hope you’ll join us in that effort. 

To our Black and brown faculty, staff, and students, your experiences and feeling are valid. We are here to support you. Please feel free to reach out to the following offices:   

For more information regarding UWL’s justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion work, please visit the D&I website.   


Barbara Stewart, Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion 


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