The Safe Space program at UGA is a three and a half hour training for faculty, staff, and students who are interested in learning about gender and sexual identity, homophobia, heterosexism, and how they can provide support and work toward being an ally for the LGBT community. Upon completion of the training, participants may be issued a Safe Space sticker for their office space as a visible indicator to visitors that they are queer and Trans affirming.
Become Safe Space Trained
Click on a date below to register for Summer 2017 Safe Space Trainings. All trainings, unless otherwised indicated, will be held in the Intersection (3rd Floor Tate, across from Tate Print & Copy).
Safe Space trainings are offered throughout the academic year. The sessions are led by two trained facilitators. To ensure an engaging and developmental experience, each training is limited to 20 participants. Our trainings often fill up fast and may have a wait list so it is very important for you to contact us if for any reason your plans change and you can no longer make the date for which you are registered. Likewise, you must be registered to attend.
2016 -2017 Safe Space FacilitatorsMeet the faculty, staff, and graduate students who facilitate Safe Space training.
Safe Space Ally NetworkThis list notes individuals who have participated in Safe Space training and are Safe Space certified. This document can be searched via the “Find” feature for specific departments and/or people. Current as of December 31, 2015.
Safe Space RequestsGroups of 10 or more individuals may submit a request for Safe Space session to be held for their group. For best results, please make requests at least 10 working days in advance of the intended date so that we can customize your session. Additionally, requests may be made for evening and weekend sessions pending Safe Space Facilitator availablity.