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DEI - Get Involved

Find our current programs and events.

DEI clubs and organizations:

The Gender & Sexuality Alliance of Gateway (GSAG) serves as a safe space on our campus for LGBTQIA+ students and allies. We raise awareness that affects the LGBTQIA+ community and plan events and projects to support this community. GSAG is accepting family to honor all of you because YOU BELONG HERE. 

Check out the GSAG page for more information by clicking here.

The Multicultural Student Alliance (MSA) is a diverse group connecting students of all cultures, races, and backgrounds. The MSA club mission is a space to learn your place in this world, express who you are, build meaningful relationships, and engage in transformative dialogue. MSA is a welcoming group to celebrate all of you because YOU BELONG HERE.

Check out the MSA page for more information by clicking here.

The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Student Ambassadors serve as welcoming role models for new, current, and prospective students. They are exemplary leaders who will support the vision and mission of DEI, recruitment, and enrollment for the college, promote student engagement in DEI programs, advocate for vulnerable populations, increase awareness of college services and programs, and act as liaisons between Gateway and the community.

Check out the DEI Student Ambassador Program page for more information by clicking here.

The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Center (DEI) is firmly committed to serve as a welcoming space for all members of the Gateway community.  

We openly acknowledge societal inequities, inequalities and injustices rooted in the historical and ever-present intersections of race, ethnicity, gender expression, gender identities, sexual orientation, age, social-economic status, physical abilities, religion, citizenship status, and nationality. 

DEI is a space to learn your place in this world, express who you are, build meaningful relationships, and engage in transformative dialogue. 

You belong here.

Learn more about the DEI Center at Edgewood here.

Other ways to get involved

Safe Zone for Faculty and Staff

Gateway is committed to offering opportunities for faculty and staff to learn about LGBTQ identities, gender and sexuality, and examine prejudice, assumptions, and privilege. Faculty and Staff who complete Gateway’s Safe Zone training have the option to display a Safe Zone symbol in their office space to communicate to others that they are open to talking about and being supportive of LGBTQ individuals and identities.

All-gender Restrooms

Each Gateway campus has all-gender restrooms available to students, faculty, and staff. Here are their current locations.

Boone Campus

  • Classroom and Training (CAT) building – 2nd floor main hallway

Edgewood Campus

  • Student Services Center – 2nd floor in the E215 hallway, just outside the mailroom.

Urban Metro Campus

  • Technology, Innovation, and Enterprise (TIE) building – 3rd floor main hallway.
  • Transportation Technology Center – far end of the front hallway.