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LGBTQ Resources

​​Babson Community Resources

Contact any of these individuals and organizations for more information about the LGBTQ community and life at Babson.

Looking for more information? Check out off-campus community resources, online educational resources, or Babson’s Safe Zone training program.

Resources

  • LGBTQ ACTION GROUP: Faculty, staff, alumni, and undergraduate and graduate students who are actively advancing Babson's standing as a welcoming community for the LGBTQ community and their allies. The group is chaired by Ashleigh Hala and Meg DeMarco. ​
  • PRIDE ALLIANCE: Undergraduate LGBTQ and allies organization. Please e-mail club presidents Connie Hsu and Ariana Tang for more information.
  • OUT NETWORK: Graduate LGBTQ and allies organization. Please e-mail club president Haotian Wu or join their Facebook group for more information.
  • LGBTQ ALUMNI  AFFINITY GROUP: Join our Facebook or LinkedIn group or e-mail Denning Aaris​ for more information.
  • LGBTQ CONNECTIONS: Employee Resource Group. Please e-mail Brett Chin for more information.
  • LGBTQ+ NEIGHBORHOODS: Residential housing option for undergraduate students. Please contact the Office of Residence Education for more information.
  • LGBTQ Career Resources: The Undergraduate Center for Career Development is committed to supporting the career and professional development of all Babson students  as they navigate the transition from college to career. 

Babson Allies

While there are countless allies across campus, members of Babson's LGBTQ Action Group listed below are excited to service in a liaison role for their department or population. Please contact them with questions or concerns any time!

Have a Question? Want to Chat?

Send an email to lgbtq@babson.edu

“Babson’s LGBTQ+Ally community has been an amazing support network, an effective resource, and a caring family for myself and many others. We treat each other with great respect and reach out into the community to raise awareness about LGBTQ issues.”

— Matt Hard ’17 (left)

Matt Hard ’17 & Wendy Sachs ’15

“Being involved in the LGBT community at Babson has allowed me to meet amazing students, staff, and faculty. It’s a different type of diversity that I like to share with those who are unaware of LGBT people and issues.”

— Wendy Sachs ’15 (right)