Pride Center

Get Connected. Get Involved.

We are rebranding our space! We are excited to welcome our LGBTQ+ students to the Pride Center this fall. It is a change which is meant to signify our focus on belonging, community, and engagement. Our goal is to enhance the space so that the Pride Center becomes representative of a hub for student connection.

The Office of LGBT Programming will continue to denote the work of the Coordinator to provide programming and training to the broader campus community, while the Pride Center brand will represent the space we are working to create for our students!

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Sign the Pride List

The Pride List is an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, community members and family members to show their pride and allyship! Signing the Pride List lets our LGBTQ+ Racers know that they are supported and welcome members of our community. Click HERE to sign the Pride List.

Safe Spaces Resource Cards

Our Safe Spaces resource cards offer an opportunity for allies to have a visible presence in the LGBT Programming office. Submit your information and the photo that you would like used. We will print out your resource card and place it on the wall in the office where it will be visible to students. This is a great way for you to let students know that you offer a safe space on Murray State's campus.

Complete your card today!

Register for Safe Zone Training

Sign Up for the Pride Press Newsletter

Sign Up for the Racer Pride Press to get regular updates on programming, activities, student organizations and other office happenings.

August 2021 Newsletter

September 2021 Newsletter

October 2021 Newsletter

Make a Gift

You can support the Office of LGBT Programming at Murray State with a monetary donation to one of these funds!

Kristie Helms and Kathryn Carter Nettles Fund for Excellence for Acceptance and Awareness

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LGTB Programming Center Holding Fund

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Mission

The Pride Center works to provide a space for connection, growth, and engagement for the LGBTQ+ student community through activities, services, support, training, and social events. The work of the Pride Center fosters a stronger campus environment that is safe for all people, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, allied, asexual, pansexual, and gender non-conforming students and Murray State employees.

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 Contact Us

Abigail K. Cox
Interim Coordinator
Pride Center and Office of LGBT Programming
243 Blackburn Science Building
msu.pridecenter@murraystate.edu
270.809.5040