In February, MBLGTACC makes one Midwest community a destination for a diverse gathering of 2000+ college students. Programming at the conference reflects and respects this diversity. With over 70 workshops on LGBTQIA+ and intersectional topics and interests, plus keynotes from leading advocates and performances from popular entertainers, there is something for all of us.
At MBLGTACC, students from around the nation come together for a few days each year to learn and grow through the knowledge and experiences of others. It catalyzes conversation and action around issues that affect us as individuals, as a community, and as citizens of the world.
From programming to all-gender restrooms to accommodations to ASL interpreter services, the conference is designed to meet the needs of all students. We welcome attendees to join us as accomplices in holding ourselves accountable. It is, in part, because of this that MBLGTACC has become the largest, and longest-running LGBTQIA+ college conference in the nation.
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The 27th annual MBLGTACC will take place from Friday, February 15 to Sunday, February 17, 2019 in Wichita, Kansas. The theme for the weekend of empowerment, education, and connection is Beyond the Rainbow and to the Stars, and will be led by student organizers from the Wichita State University. To be among the first to know about updates and announcements, be sure to connect with the Institute and MBLGTACC planners:
Learn more about MBLGTACC 2019, register as an individual or group, or submit a workshop proposal.