Safe Zone Initiative

The Brooklyn College Safe Zone initiative seeks to improve the campus climate by promoting a positive and inclusive curricular and cocurricular experience for all students. To that end, students, staff, and faculty are offered awareness training and interactive workshops regarding lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) students and allies.

For more information regarding the Brooklyn College Safe Zone or to become an ally, contact the Student Diversity and Programming Office, 1201 James Hall.

On-campus Resources

Student Diversity and Programming

1201 James Hall
P: 718. 951.6867
F: 718.758.8027

Personal Counseling office

0203 James Hall
P: 718.951.5363
F: 718.951.5734

Brooklyn College Health Clinic

The Brooklyn College Health Clinic provides health education and workshops, immunizations, and free STI and HIV/AIDS counseling and testing.
114 Roosevelt Hall
P: 718.951.5580
F: 718.951.5869

GLARE (GLBTQ Advocacy in Research and Education)

GLARE is a group of faculty and staff in the School of Education at Brooklyn College that is committed to the well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trangender, queer, questioning, or gender noncomforming children and youth.
2900 Bedford Avenue
P: 718.951.5124


The LGBTA is a social club organized and led by LGBT students. The club has its own meeting space in the West End Building. For more information, visit Student Activity Central, 302 Student Center, or call 718.951.5550.