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SAFE SPACE

PROGRAM


The Safe Space program is creating an ever-growing network of student, faculty, staff and alumni allies -- all uniting and display support for GBLT individuals in the Butler community and beyond.


The program educates network members on GLBT issues and asks that they make their membership visible.  Great strides have been made in recent years, and we hope to continue creating an even more welcoming environment for all students, regardless of sexual orientation.


Alliance is proud to bring you this program in conjunction with Butler University Counseling and Consultation Services (CSS) and the Office of Student Affairs.



PROGRAM DETAILS
Offered every semester, the free, 3-hour orientation session offers information on and discussion about GLBT issues.  At the end of the session, participants may determine whether they are ready to sign the pledge which reaffirms their willingness to be a member of the Butler University Safe Space network.


Participants will receive a handbook of additional local and national resources.  Those who sign the pledge will also receive a free logo card for display (pictured above).  Upon seeing the placard on your office door, dorm room door, etc., GLBT students will recognize you as a Safe Space-trained Ally.



TO JOIN THE SAFE SPACE NETWORK ...
Contact Counseling Center Safe Space program coordinator Keith Magnus by calling:


(317) 940-9385


Or e-mail him at:





To view Butler's CSS Web site, click here.

 

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COMING SOON:  A full listing of Safe Space members.