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Resources For Students

LPC specific Resources

Our Campus has Gender Neutral Bathrooms: follow this link to see a map.

Students are entitled to use their chosen name on every College document, the only exception being their official transcript, which must bear their legal name. You do not need a court order, a doctor's note, or any documentation at all, in order to have your chosen name become the only name that any fellow student, or instructor, will ever see. Simply fill out the Personal Data Change Form, indicating your chosen name. Ignore the red-ink statement that says "Copy of government-issued ID or legal documentation must be attached;" this is only necessary if you want your official transcripts to bear your chosen name. You must provide a brief statement to Admissions and Records when you submit the Personal Data Change form, but you do NOT need to provide a reason for the requested change. For example: "Please update the computer system to replace my current name with my chosen name on all instructor rosters and in Canvas. I understand that official transcripts will continue to bear my legal name." Without legal documentation, you cannot change your last name. Only your first name can be changed, and your middle name can only be represented by a single initial. Without legal documentation, you cannot change your sex in the computer system. If and when you do acquire legal documentation, you can file the form again and have your full name and/or sex changed on all College documents. 

You can change your pronouns by following the instructions at the following link:

How do I select personal pronouns in my user account as a student?

Did you know LPC has a club for LGBTQ+ students? 

If you would like to join, please send an email to or contact the club adviser Prof. Jen at

LGBTQ+ students may want to consider attending the LGBTQ+ Chill & Chat. Chill & Chat is a place to connect with other students, learn stress management skills, learn how to overcome life obstacles, and receive and give support. Please see the following link for details on how to join the meetings:

Chill & Chat.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) Studies introduces students to the study of LGBTQ people, including activism, politics, history, and art that is the foundation of queer studies. The program supports students earning degrees in psychology, child development, education, criminal justice, human services, all health occupations, business and hospitality. To learn more visit the program homepage at:

Whenever you feel stressed or overwhelmed, remember that Behavioral Health Services at LPC offer FREE short term (6 sessions per semester) personal counseling to provide a confidential, safe place where you can focus on your concerns and we can help you deal with whatever's getting in the way of living your life in the most fulfilling way. To learn more visit:

There are Scholarships available for students!

Pride Scholarship

Resources Outside of LPC

There are more resources available, please check this student resources guide: List of LGBTQ+ Resources.

For more information please contact:

Irena Keller