Lambda Gender-Sexuality Alliance
Save the Date
Pride in the CLE
June 4, 2022
Additional details will be provided as they become available. In the meantime, mark your calendar and email SOGE@tri-c.edu with any questions.
Lambda GSA Virtual Meetings
Meetings for this academic year have ended and will resume during fall semester. Check back here in August for more information.
View messages of support from the Tri-C community in celebration of National Coming Out Day 2021.
Announcing PFLAG Cleveland's Annual Higher Education Scholarship
Accepting applications from Tri-C® students March 1 – June 30
The Jes Sellers PFLAG Cleveland Scholarship provides financial assistance to individuals enrolled in or admitted to any higher education institution as an undergraduate, graduate or professional student.
Applicants must demonstrate:
- Good academic standing
- An exceptional interest in and support of the PFLAG mission: Advancing equality for LGBTQ+ individuals through support, education and/or advocacy
- Participation in school or community activities that promote diversity and positive institutional change
Any eligible candidate with a relationship to the LGBTQ+ community is invited to apply. This includes LGBTQ-identifying students, allies, and family and friends of LGBTQ+ individuals.
Learn more and apply at pflagcleveland.org/scholarship.
*Source: Human Rights Campaign
Lambda GSA (Gender-Sexuality Alliance/Gay-Straight Alliance) strives to educate others and ourselves on gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and straight ally issues and to work with other campus groups towards eliminating intolerance and prejudice. Our goal is to create an accepting environment in our school & community and to be a safe place where everyone can feel comfortable and supported. We encourage informal activities to foster healthy social interactions, bonding and understanding within our group and the greater community.
There have been many interpretations of the lambda symbol over time, and we agree with both the ancient Greek Spartans who believed the lambda meant unity and the Romans who considered it the light of knowledge shed into the darkness of ignorance.