LGBTQA Advising and Advocacy Community

In 1997 the LGBTA Concerns Commission was formed to create an educational resource network for NACADA.  Through an environment of inclusion, the community offers opportunities and resources for professional growth and enhancement of our advising practices to further the development and success of LGBTQA students.

In January 2013, the commission changed its name to the Commission for LGBTQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, and Allies) Advising and Advocacy. The name change was seen by members to be necessary as more and more students, staff and faculty at institutions world-wide are in need of LGBTQA support, advocacy, resources and research. The name again changed to reflect the Division change to Advising Communities in 2017.

Advisor Connection Program

Have a question and don't know where to look for resources?

Ask a question to an Academic Advising Professional through the Advisor Connection Program! 

Check Out

Advising Special Populations with a chapter sponsored by the Advising Community for LGBTQA Advising and Advocacy

LGBTQA Ally Development and Advocacy Empowerment for Academic Advisors featuring the Advising Community for LGBTQA Advising and Advocacy

 

Available on YouTube:Shared Responsibilites: What Advisors and Administrators Need to Know to Better Assist GLBTQA Students featuring the Commission for LGBTQA Advising and Advocacy

Current Chair

Craig McGill
Florida International University

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