LGBTA Center

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Ally (LGBTA) Resource Center at NC Central University serves as a vital link by which LGBTQIA+ individuals can find a sense of community and everyone can learn about LGBTQIA+ identities and culture.

Proud of Our Past, Present, and Future

The NCCU LGBTA Resource Center first opened its doors on April 9, 2013. NC Central University was the first HBCU in the state to establish a LGBTA center and the second in the nation. Our campus community provides support services, educational programming, and advocacy, as well as opportunities for leadership and professional development.


Students at Lavender Graduation

Lavender Liaisons

Our LGBTQIA leaders receive leadership training that includes program development, identity development, and career readiness. They are the face of our LGBTA Resource Center and perform outreach and education.

Student reading book in library

LGBTQ Sensitivity Training

Our center provides LGBTQIA sensitivity training and Safe Zone training to increase knowledge and understanding of how to better serve our students at NC Central. Please click the link to register.

LGBTA student is performing in drag show

Signature Programming

Our center has diverse programming in the LGBTA Resource Center and throughout campus. Our signature programs are our Welcome Wednesdays, Homecoming Drag Show, LGBTQ Prom, Lavender Graduation, Transgender Awareness Event, and Pride Celebration.

Come Visit Us

The LGBTA Resource Center is open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. We welcome all students who identify as a member of the LGBTQ+ community and those who identify as allies and advocates.

The center is an inclusive space where students are free to come and express themselves, study, do homework, attend programs hosted in the center, and build a sense of community with other students and staff.