Tue, Nov, 27, 2018
Today is Giving Tuesday, and we're asking you to make an impact by investing in and empowering queer and trans+ youth. For 24 hours, we're launching a special effort to raise critically needed funds that allow the Institute to connect, educate, and empower queer and trans+ college students in the Midwest.
Mon, Oct, 1, 2018
LANSING, MI—Today, the Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference, America’s largest and oldest conference for queer and trans+ college students, is changing its name and taking an important next step in intentionally recognizing and centering the needs of asexual students in our collective work.
Tue, Sep, 25, 2018
For the past two years, members of the Institute’s volunteer staff have been working with campus planning teams to test new features, build long-term infrastructure, and collect feedback on how we can best provide information that attendees, presenters, sponsors, and exhibitors need to know.
Mon, Feb, 5, 2018
We’re delighted to welcome the Matt Anderson, Bryan Guffey, and TK Morton to the Institute’s board of directors. This represents a critical step in the development of our organization and in better serving students throughout the region.
Tue, Jan, 2, 2018
The Institute’s first full year of operation is now behind us, and we’re proud to share with our students, friends, and other stakeholders the Institute’s inaugural annual report, Impact.
Wed, Aug, 9, 2017
Barnes, the Institute’s chief development officer, is a writer for espnW, where they cover sports and culture. They will be recognized with this award at NLGJA’s September national convention in Philadelphia.
Mon, May, 15, 2017
Celebrate MBLGTACC's first quarter century with every cup of the hot beverage of your choice. And, do so proudly knowing that proceeds from your purchase are put to work supporting students.
Fri, Feb, 24, 2017
The Institute has issued a statement regarding the Trump administration's recent announcement that it is withdrawing federal guidance on Title IX with respect to trans+ students.