How We Work

The Pride Rep Student Employment Program

The Gender and Sexuality Center employees a number of undergraduate student workers as Pride Reps. The Pride Reps function as the GSC's team of peer educators whose purpose is to educate students on LGBTQIA2S+ identities and topics. If you would like to collaborate the GSC's Pride Reps, you can contact us at

Peer Education

Our team of peer educators work to develop student-led workshops on a variety of topics including identity exploration, allyship, navigating difficult conversations, and developing leadership skills. All of the GSC's workshops are constructed through a feminist and critically queer lens. Pride Reps routinely contact student groups on campus to offer their portfolio and periodically host drop in workshops in the GSC. 

Other Responsibilities

In addition to serving as peer educators, Pride Reps also assist the Director with the GSC's signature events, creating social media content, and host office hours in the GSC. All of the Pride Reps are able to meet with students to answer general questions about the GSC, LGBTQIA2S+ topics, and can connect students to many of the supportive resources on campus.  

Our Annual Signature Events

New Student Welcome & Open House - Sept. 4

National Coming Out Day - Oct. 11

Disco Night - Dec. 7

International Women's Day - March 8

Lavender Graduation - May 2