Safe Zone


  1. Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933–1945

    This spring, the Department of Theology and Religious studies is hosting “Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933–1945,” a traveling exhibition on loan from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. This exhibition traces the sinister path from prejudice to persecution of homosexuals in Nazi Germany. All are welcomed to visit the exhibition free of charge, and instructors […]

  2. The Safe Zone Door Decal

    The door decal is a clear message to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people and their allies.  Embracing our Jesuit core, the message is that the person displaying the decal will be understanding, supportive, and trustworthy to LGBTQ people and their allies.  This person commits to giving accurate information about sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression.

  3. History

    Safe Zone was launched fall of 2012 with an inaugural training session of 25 faculty and staff. As of fall of 2014, the program has trained 163 faculty and staff from across campus. Upon completion of the 2-hour introductory training, participants have the opportunity to pledge to be an OUT safe zone ally by displaying a […]