The Office of International Education (OIE) is committed to supporting LGBTQIA students who would like to embark on an international experience. OIE is a Safe Space where you can come discuss your needs, concerns, and questions about studying abroad as an LGBTQIA student. Below are some resources worth investigating. If you have questions, please let us know by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|-Georgia Tech's LGBTQIA Resource Center||LGBTQIA Study Abroad Information Session|
|-International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, & Intersex (ILGA) Rights Maps of the world||Tuesday, November 6|
|-UC Davis's LGBTQIA Resource Center's Interactive World Map||11am-12pm|
|-Unpacked: A Study Abroad Guide for Students Like Me - LGBTQ+||Student Center #332|
|-Know Your Resources article||Do you have questions about what the process is, where to go, how to find community/resources|
|-Changing Gender Designation on US Passports||abroad, documentation and identification, appearance, etc.? Then this is the session for you!|
|-NPR Article, "Know an LGBTQ Student Itching to Study Abroad? Here Are Some Things To Think About"|
LGBTQIA Scholarships: visit the scholarship search page and filter the list under the "Mission Driven" section by LGBTQIA to see all options.