Safe Space Program
Safe Space Program Mission Satement
The Safe Space campaign actively works to make Southeastern a safe and inclusive place for all students, faculty and staff regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. The campaign emphasizes providing educational opportunities, ongoing professional development and programming for students, staff, faculty and administration about the unique challenges that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) individuals and their allies often encounter. It also works with students, staff, faculty, administration, student organizations and university departments to represent LGBTQ concerns; provides advocacy and resources; and organizes LGBTQ panels and presentations.
What is a "safe space"?
Faculty or staff who have completed a Safe Space training can choose to display a sticker on their office door indicating that they are an ally of the LGBTQ community and are welcoming and supportive of LGBTQ students.
Where are the safe spaces located?
|Amy Baptist||Library||Sims Memorial Library 123|
|Louise Billingsley||Nursing||Kinesiology Bldg 1027|
|Janie Branham||Library||Sims Memorial Library 224|
|Tom Caffery||Counseling Center||Counseling Center|
|Brendan Daigle||Multicultural & Int'l Student Affairs||Mims 215|
|Chuck Effler||Music and Performing Arts||MUSA 278A|
|Karen Fontenot||College of Arts& Human & Social Sci.||Fayard 302C|
|Kandace Formaggio||Admissions||North Campus Bldg B 116|
|Alice Gibson||Kinesiology & Health Studies||KHS 101|
|Patrick Gipson||University Police||Pride Hall 167|
|Michelle Hall||Institutional Research||McGehee Hall 111|
|Penny Hecker||Library||Sims Memorial Library 228|
|Rebecca Hensley||Sociology & Criminal Justice||Fayard Hall 357A|
|Richard Himber||Purchasing||Purchasing Bldg 101|
|Timothy Hudson||Mathematics||Fayard Hall 308C|
|Angela James||Counseling Center||Counseling Center|
|Cheryll Javaherian||Languages & Communication||D. Vickers 242|
|Eric Johnson||Library||Sims Memorial Library 248|
|Natasha Johnson||Admissions||North Campus Bldg B 137|
|Marianna Kunow||Languages & Communication||D. Vickers 243|
|Dianna Laurent||English||D. Vickers 234|
|Linda Lentz||Freshmen Success||Southeastern Hall 129|
|Bevann McCartney||Housing||Pride Hall 107|
|Paige Moody||Counseling Center||Counseling Center|
|Dorothy Nelson||Center for Student Excellence||Southeastern Hall 111C|
|Ed Nelson||Biology||Biology Bldg 421B|
|Marjorie Parker||Admissions||North Campus Bldg B 129|
|Alison Peligrin||English||D. Vickers 230|
|Ziba Rashidian||English||D. Vickers 330|
|Amanda Robbins||Housing||Pride Hall 116|
|Paul Sawyer||English||D. Vickers 233|
|Susan Sawyer||Teaching & Learning||CateTeacher Ed. Center 216|
|Marc Settembrino||Sociology & Criminal Justice||Fayard Hall 358B|
|Jayetta Slawson||English||D. Vickers 343|
|Keslie Smith||Admissions||North Campus Bldg B 136|
|Lori Smith||Library||Sims Memorial Library 133|
|Mary Lou Strong||Library||Sims Memorial Library 231|
|Eric Summers||Student Advocacy and Accountability||Mims 107|
|Andrew Traver||History||Fayard Hall 344C|
|June Williams||Health and Human Sciences||White Hall 220B|
If you're not sure where to find any of the offices above, click here to see the campus map.
When is the training, and how can I get involved?
Safe Space trainings are offered every fall and spring semester. To receive announcements on upcoming trainings, or if you would like more information, please email email@example.com.
standOUT (student organization)
PFLAG: Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and Gays (New Orleans Chapter)