LGBTQ+ Resources

As a Center, we recognize the need to provide resources to our community that are both inside and outside of Cornell. With this in mind, we have attempted to provide an array of resources internal and external of Cornell.  Please help us continue building this list as more resources become available. If you believe we should add something to our website, please e-mail us at

General Resources: Cornell University

Health and Wellness

Cornell Health
Cornell Health provides integrated health care services to Cornell University students.

Cornell's SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault—Response and Education) website provides access to services, support, avenues for reporting, campus education, and advocacy.

Cornell Caring Community
Provides a variety of Cornell related support resources

Bias Reporting Form
Report bias related activity at Cornell

Report Hazing @ Cornell
Report and learn about hazing at Cornell

Academic and Administrative

Women's Resource Center (WRC)
The WRC is dedicated to serving the entire Cornell community with mutual respect, honesty, and openness. The WRC values people of all genders coming together to end sexism, along with all forms of oppression and maintaining an environment where all are free to affirm and celebrate their differences and commonalties.

Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program
Fostering innovative teaching and cutting-edge research, this program focuses on how relations of gender, intersecting with race, ethnicity, class, sexuality, nation and other differences, affect every aspect of society.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies   
The field of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies is devoted to the investigation of sexuality and its importance to the organization of social relations more generally. Primary among its concerns is also the study of the lives, the politics, and the creative work of sexual minorities.

Human Sexuality Collection
The Human Sexuality Collection seeks to preserve and make accessible primary sources that document historical shifts in the social construction of sexuality, with a focus on U.S. lesbian and gay history and the politics of pornography.

Weill Cornell Medical College LGBT Support
We welcome members and participants at our monthly open committee meetings and maintain an active roster of events at the medical center in New York. For more information, please feel free to contact us at:

Advocacy for Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Communities Clinic
The Advocacy for LGBT Communities Clinic (LGBT Clinic) at Cornell Law School is one of the only law school clinics in the country dedicated to serving members of the LGBT community. Students in the clinic have an extraordinary opportunity to contribute to the struggle for LGBT equality by representing individual people in a variety of legal matters and undertaking advocacy projects in conjunction with LGBT organizations. If you would like more information or to request assistance, please call our office at (607) 255-4196 or email

Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives (OADI)
Supports the increased presence, academic success, intellectual achievement, and inclusion across all fields of study of those from these under-represented backgrounds at Cornell.

Office of Inclusion and Student Engagement (OISE) - Graduate School
The Office of Inclusion and Student Engagement (OISE) supports an inclusive and welcoming environment for all graduate students and postdocs.

Asian and Asian American Center (A3C) 
The Asian & Asian American Center, founded in 2009, offers programs for you to explore your racial, ethnic, and cultural identity in a positive space, as well as help educate the campus on the rich diversity of our community. Our community here is rich and diverse -you are encouraged to explore the 75+ Asian-affiliated organizations.

Cornell Career Services: LGBT Career Resources
Provides support and resources for navigating LGBT concerns in the workplace. The Career Services site provides links to LGBT friendly job posting sites, scholarships, and other related information. If you would like more information or to connect with a career adviser, please call (607) 255-5221.