Library, Campus, and Community Resources
A list of resources available in the library, other campus offices, and in the community
Guide to Finding LGBT Resources in the Library
Users will find information about LGBT organizations on & off campus, LGBT videos in the library, primary source documents, how to browse for books on the topic, and more. For more information visit http://
LGBT Film Collection, Ekstrom Library
Documentaries and films selected by the LGBT Center available for loan to library patrons.
For more information visit http://louisville.libguides.com/content.php?pid=111043&sid=836807
The Williams-Nichols Archive
One of the largest LGBT collections in the country, the Williams-Nichols Archive contains over 3500 books, 3000 issues of journals and periodicals, nearly 25 linear feet of manuscripts, hundreds of video and audio tapes, and nearly 1500 items of memorabilia and ephemera. A gift to the university from longtime community activist David Williams.
For more information visit http://special.library.louisville.edu/display-collection.asp?ID=884
Resource Collection, The LGBT Center
Stop by the intersection to find a wide variety of reading and viewing materials related to LGBTQ topics.
Campus Health Services
LGBT-inclusive health and wellness services, primary care needs, sexual health care, and psychiatric care, including health promotion programs and initiatives designed with LGBT students in mind.
Belknap: Located at Cardinal Station
215 Central Ave., Suite 110
HSC: Located in the HCOC
401 E. Chestnut St., Suite 110
Free, confidential counseling and support for students.
Provides programs and services to engage the campus community in discussions about issues of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability and other topics related to culture and diversity.
Human Resources Department
Information and resources about benefits, policies, and services for LGBT employees.
Support for victims of violence and education about healthy relationships (including LGBT).
Vice Provost for Diversity and International Affairs
Leadership for diversity initiatives throughout the campus community, including The LGBT Center.
Trans Women National
A trans-centric, group based portal that exists solely for the support and empowerment of all Transgender women. Visit their webpage here
Louisville Trans Man
A peer-led support group for transmen, FTM, transmasculine, genderqueer, gender non-conforming and questioning folks whose gender expression is masculine of center. For more information visit the website or contact organizers directly by emailing email@example.com
Louisville's chapter of Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and Gays
Visit them online at www.pflaglouisville.org for more information.
The Louisville Youth Group
Support and social group for LGBT youth 14-20 yrs. Weekly meetings every Friday at 8pm.
Visit them online at www.louisvilleyouthgroup.com for more information.
The Fairness Campaign
The Fairness Campaign (FC) is a grassroots organization working for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality within a broad social justice vision.
Visit them online at www.fairness.org for more information.
Voices of Kentuckiana
A voluntary, not for profit chorus whose membership includes LGBT and ally voices.
Visit their website at www.voicesky.org for more information.
Louisville's premier LGBT theatre company, Pandora Productions seeks to showcase theatrical performances that reflect the LGBT experience.
Visit them at www.pandoraprods.org for more information.