Campus Pride, a nationally-recognized organization dedicated to making colleges and universities safer, more inclusive spaces for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT individuals, released its annual list of the "Top LGBT Friendly Colleges And Universities" in the country today. The organization determined the listing, which presents the 25 schools in alphabetical, rather than ranked, order, by utilizing the data gathered from the Campus Pride Index. In addition, the campuses had to have 4. LGBT Housing 6.
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Schools are doing much more than they used to, and their efforts are improving each year. Some efforts these schools are continuously working to improve include safety concerns, recruitment, awareness and education both in and outside of the LGBTQ community. The following list was compiled based on individual research of each school. USC has LGBT-supportive organizations for undergraduates, graduates, high school students, freshmen, staff, faculty, alumni and students from other schools. The list is a declaration of support for the LGBT and Ally Community signed by those supportive individuals among students, staff, faculty and alumni.
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In order to be considered for this ranking, a school had to appear on either The Advocate's list of the best schools for LGBT students or InsideCollege. Both of those lists are based on subjective information from experts. We then evaluated the schools that made the cut by several broad measures of academic achievement: selectivity or the percent of applicants admitted; and average SAT and ACT scores of enrolled first-time students. And the result is a list of schools with great academic standards and a campus atmosphere that is friendly to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students. Contributing editor Peter Bernstein and researcher Courtney Kennedy drew on dozens of sources to compile these rankings including information from the National Center for Education Statistics , The Washington Monthly , and College Prowler.
Emerson College earned the title in and , as well. Most welcoming — and most unwelcoming — colleges and universities for LGBT students and faculty!!!! The list is based on surveys of , students at schools. It also looked at demographics and compared schools on how friendly they are to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or LGBT, students.