LGBTQ Life serves the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and allied community at Johns Hopkins. You’re invited to visit our office, attend an upcoming event, or email us to ask any questions.
What We Do
About LGBTQ Life: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Life was founded in 2013. We provide a central home for information about gender identity and sexual orientation across the Hopkins community. Find out what we’re about via our events page, by signing up for our weekly newsletter, or following us on Facebook.
Community Support: LGBTQ Life provides interpersonal support through our office (drop in or make an appointment with the director) and our peer mentoring program. We have many resources specifically for transgender people. We have a series of identity-specific meet-ups. We also encourage Homewood students to connect with the LGBTQ Support Group through the Counseling Center. We’re also happy to make referrals to other Hopkins resources.
Education: We provide a variety of educational sessions, including Safe Zone training. Join one of our upcoming events for opportunities to learn. Our website has a glossary of terms used by the LGBTQ community as well as information specifically about gender identity. Also check out the many resources on our links page.
Advocacy: LGBTQ Life works to make campus climate safer and more inclusive. We are actively involved with the Diversity Leadership Council and other campus partners who are invested in LGBTQ inclusion.
News & Announcements
Baltimore Pride Parade 2018
You are invited to join us in representing Johns Hopkins at the 2018 Baltimore Pride Parade!
We had a wonderful year together at LGBTQ Life! Here are some highlights from the 2016 – 2017 academic year. You can also read our PDF Document: annual report by following this link.
Statement of Support
On behalf of the Diversity Leadership Council and LGBTQ Life, in order to show an engaged, supportive community at Johns Hopkins, we collected signatures in support of transgender people. On November 17, the statement and signatures were published in The Johns Hopkins News-Letter. 1117 students, staff, faculty, and alumni signed