The Top 10 Most (and least) LGBT Friendly Colleges

“Do students, faculty, and administrators at your college treat all persons equally regardless of their sexual orientations and gender identify/expression?”

The answers to this survey question comprise the top ten lists above, accounting for 122,000 students from 376 colleges in The Princeton Review’s annual student survey.

How does equality affect students’ college experience and ability to learn? Have you been, or do you know someone who has been discriminated against because of their sexual orientation?

Brigham Young University is listed as the 3rd least LGBT friendly college in the nation. Despite this, students have taken the initiative to create a YouTube channel called BYUitgetsbetter to help raise awareness and offer support.

What steps can you take both individually and collectively to promote equality and acceptance at your own university? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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