The Blank School engages Babson community members and leads research to create entrepreneurial leaders.
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.
Undergraduate LGBTQ and allies organization. Please email club firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Graduate LGBTQ and allies organization. Please email email@example.com for more information.
LGBTQ Alumni Affinity Group
Join our Facebook or LinkedIn groups, or email Anjali Wali for more information.
Employee Resource Group. Please email Josh Peipock for more information.
Residential housing option for undergraduate students. Please contact the Office of Residence Education for more information.
LGBTQ Career Resources
The Hoffman Family Undergraduate Center for Career Development is committed to all Babson students as they navigate the transition from college to career.
While there are countless allies across campus, Babson is proud to recognize the growing number of groups and orgnaizations on campus who are commited to learning, educating, and supporting all of our students regardless of their diverse sexualities and gender/gender identities. Below is a sample of the 600+ Babson LGBTQ+ and alllies community members who have been Safe Zone and Gender Expansive trained for the 2017 year. Babson strives to be an inclusive campus where everyone can be their authentic self.
- Glavin Office Department
- Peer Mentors
- Posse 2020
- POW (Peers on Wellness)
- Public Safety Department
- Residential Life Department
- Resident Assistants
- Sigma Kappa
- Writing Center
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.
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.