Many LGBTQ+ students separated from their immediate families due to a lack of acceptance find it nearly impossible to access federal financial aid, which by law requires parents to submit their financial information.
Riley Jelenick discusses his new role as associate director of the LGBTQ Resource Center and his dedication to fostering a campus community that ensures all students succeed.
LGBTQ+ students who have access to on-campus mental health support and services are significantly less likely to attempt suicide, according to a survey by The Trevor Project.
Experts warn anti-LGBTQ+ state laws targeting K-12 schools can have a direct impact on higher education, affecting the pipeline of LGBTQ+ students coming to college and LGBTQ+ students already in college.
Common App has announced changes to its application for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 admissions cycles—updates that clarify fee waiver eligibility and add options for nonbinary and transgender applicants.
Colleges are stepping up virtual support for LGBTQ+ students, recognizing that many are missing the safety and connection afforded by their college communities.
The Trump administration has drafted a change to Title IX that would end federal recognition of transgender identity and remove protections for transgender students.