LGBTQ Center

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning Center


All Gender Restrooms on Campus

Resource Guides & Brochures


LGBTQ Terminology

Our Library

LGBTQ Course Offerings


Prospective Faculty

Prospective Students

Wake Forest Resources

Spectrum strives to promote understanding of queer issues and acceptance of the queer community through campus and community activities. It exists to create a supportive atmosphere on campus for members of the community. Click here for Spectrum contact information or check them out on Twitter or Facebook.

OUTLaw provides an academic and social support network for LGBTQ minorities and their straight allies at the Law School. It also serves to educate the Law School community about legal, political and social issues relevant to our members. This organization is open to all Wake Forest students and faculty.

Kaleidoscope is an organization within the Divinity School that provides both a social outlet for LGBTQ graduate students and education and information on LGBTQ issues, particularly from a Christian perspective, to and for the Divinity School and the greater university. We host and lead one Divinity School Chapel service annually, and usually host at least one meeting or forum to discuss issues germane to the LGBTQ Christian community.  While our group was founded by the Divinity School to meet a need within our School, graduate students from the various Schools are welcome at our meetings.  You can contact the leadership team at:

Sexual Health Awareness Group (SHAG)
The Sexual Health Awareness Group at Wake Forest School of Medicine is dedicated to addressing all aspects of sexual health through education, advocacy, and outreach efforts. During the school year, SHAG offers free walk-in STI testing at the Wake Forest University Health Center on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month from 5:30-7:30pm. To contact SHAG, please send an email to

RAD (Rape Aggressive Defense)
Rape Aggressive Defense is a comprehensive course that begins with awareness, prevention and avoidance and is designed to develop and enhance the options of self-defense, so they may become viable considerations to the person who is attacked.. It progresses to the basics of hand-to-hand defense training.  The course is not a martial arts program, though it teaches realistic self-defense tactics and techniques.

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Counseling Center

CARE Team (Campus Assessment, Response, and Evaluation)

Student Health Services

Chaplain’s Office

University Police

Intercultural Center

Office of Diversity and Inclusion

SAFE Office


PREPARE (Policy Group on Rape Education, Prevention and Response)
PREPARE Student Advocates: 336.671.7075

Learning Assistance Center (LAC)

WFU CHOICES (Cultivating Healthier Opinions In Challenging Everyday Situations)

Local Resources

Carolina Connects
Carolina Connects was founded to form a union between various Colleges and Universities in the Carolinas for the advancement of the LGBTQIA student community. Our goals are to (1) develop LGBTQIA student community relations, (2) develop knowledge of LGBTQIA related issues, and (3) provide a support network for the queer student community

LGBT Health Care Rights

Equality Winston-Salem

Adam Foundation

Triad Equality Alliance

Equality North Carolina

PFLAG Winston-Salem

Interfaith Voice

Affirming Faith Links
A list of open and affirming local faith communities, as well as affirming links and resources for many faiths, compiled by PFLAG Winston-Salem.

Estate Planning for Same Sex & Unmarried Couples
A legal resource page developed by Wake Forest School of Law Professor Kate Mewhinney.

National Resources

Campus Pride

Consortium for Higher Education


GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network)

Human Rights Campaign

Lambda Legal

LGBTQ Addiction Guide

LGBTQ Mental Health

National Gay & Lesbian Task Force

Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)

Transgender Law & Policy Institute

Trevor Project