We seek to recruit a diverse class of students but we have not had specific LGBT outreach.
We provide information to all admitted students about ways in which we support a diverse student body, including LGBTQI students.
Our application provides a place to self-identify as LGBT.
We provide students the option to tell us the name by which they would like to be referred in all correspondence with the law college.
Our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion office provides support for a variety of conference and learning activities for students, including our LGBTQI community.
Our law college seeks to employ a diverse faculty and posts positions accordingly.
Signage clarifies it is a gender neutral restroom. On building map but we have tried to make students aware through work of mouth and student meetings.
Law & Gender is not taught every year. And, our Child, Family & the State course specifically addresses family formation and dissolution issues related to LGBT couples.
Yes; we are in the process of developing a reporting process.
We have a robust Triangle Bar Association that coordinates programming with many other student groups. Good faculty support for the group. Excellent DEI programming and support overall for our student body. Our dean and administration is committed to making MSU College of Law a safe, diverse, inclusive, and equitable learning environment.