APPLY for a CLGBTA Grant for your campus!

The purpose of this grant is to provide funding and support for LGBTQI students, faculty and staff, through student organizations, offices or other initiatives on college campuses in their efforts to provide LGBTQA awareness and educational opportunities.

2016 CLGBTA Award Winners

Val DuMontier New Professional Chelsea Fullerton, Lehigh University
Outstanding ServiceMark Chung Kwan Fan, Saint Louis University
Research RecognitionReginald Blockett, Indiana University Bloomington
Public ServicePat Tetreault, University of Nebraska Lincoln

FORWARD: The Campaign for the CLGBTA is a fundraising campaign to increase awareness about the history and achievements of the CLGBTA and to raise money for the CLGBTA grant (which benefits colleges and universities' efforts to provide resources and support for LGBT communities).
Our goal is that at least 500 donors across the lifespan of the campaign will donate a total of $30,000. The campaign will conclude at the 2017 ACPA Convention in Columbus, Ohio. 

Who We Are

The Coalition for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Awareness (CLGBTA) is one of the Entity Groups within ACPA charged to increase awareness, eliminate oppression, and provide support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community in higher education, for faculty, students, and staff. We strive to further professional competencies related to topics as campus climate, equity, identity development, research & scholarship, and program development for the LGBTQ community.

Core Values

Education- raising awareness and supporting research about identity development and hot topic issues for the LGBTQ community within higher education

Advocacy- work to create inclusive, equitable environments, to eliminate oppression and to influence student affairs policy for the LGBTQ community

Networking- providing space and a support environment for LGBTQ professionals to affirm and celebrate identity

Have ideas or feedback about how the CLGBTA can best serve you, a campus community, and/or the Association? Contact us!