Tweet from @UofMemphisPres: Diversity and inclusion is not just one of our values. It's one of our foundational strengths. (tweet in response to original tweet by @sallygparsish with a photo of a yard sign that says "All Love. All Tigers. memphis.edu/lgbtq")There are a variety of resources available to the LGBTQ+ community, on our campus and within our community. Please explore the opportunities here, and let us know if there are any areas of support that we are missing.


UofM Campus Resources

List of Gender Neutral Restrooms on Campus >

Email display assistance   |   For a different name display for your email, submit an IT help desk ticket >

Transgender Voice Development |  In addition to working with voice disorders, the Memphis Speech and Hearing Center provides services for people who want to develop a voice consistent with their gender identity. Through adjustments in pitch, resonance, intonation, and even word choice and social mannerisms, this can be accomplished. The Center's Speech Pathology staff provides a caring and safe environment in which to explore the possibilities, develop a course of action, and acquire the voice desired.

Office of Multicultural Affairs |  memphis.edu/lgbtq | The LGBTQ+ homepage is your one-stop resource for LGBTQ+ students, faculty, staff and allies. Here you can find information pertaining to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, ally, and many other communities at the University of Memphis.

Classroom Resources  |  Create an Inclusive Classroom

Support Our Students

Stonewall Tigers aims to create an inclusive space on campus to students, staff, faculty, and members of the Memphis community as a whole to share a common ground and take from us whatever they need. We actively promote LGBTQ+ education, safe sex education, and activism education while keeping the spaces we inhabit safe, open, free, and welcoming to people of all backgrounds.

Learn more about Stonewall Tigers >

City of Memphis and External Resources

Explore resources within our community >

For more information, contact pride@memphis.edu.