LGBTQA Advising and Advocacy Community

The LGBTQA Advising and Advocacy Community was established in 1997 as an educational platform for NACADA. We provide opportunities and resources for professional growth to advance and enhance advising practices for the development and success of LGBTQA+ students.

We strive to increase support for all students who identify as LGBTQA+ by creating opportunities for advisors to grow as welcoming, accepting, educated, and supportive educators. 

We strive to provide opportunities for LGBTQA+ advisors to learn to thrive in their career and for other advisors to learn how to be effective and supportive allies. 

We strive to support colleges and universities globally by educating our colleagues on the importance of inclusion and the beauty of diversity.

Quarterly Queeries

The first of the Quarterly Queeries discussion series was in July 2020 and focused on reflections on Pride Month during the time of COVID-19. 

Direct link here: https://mediasite.k-state.edu/mediasite/Play/02858c50d3974939a52a83957af23f081d

Current Chair



 

 

Amy Brock (She/Her/Hers)
Auburn University

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 LGBTQA Advising and Advocacy Community

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