Wheaton College’s Network for LGBTQ+ Inclusion, Support, and Advocacy (The Network) is a group of dedicated faculty and staff members working to enhance the social, emotional, and academic lives of LGBTQ+ students. Committee members serve as mentors and advocates, and collaborate with LGBTQ+ students and student organizations on campus. They generate and support a wide variety of events, such as National Coming Out Day, Lavender Graduation, and Trans Day of Remembrance to increase visibility of the LGBTQ+ community. 

Some of us identify within the LGBTQ+ community, and some of us do not. All members of The Network are committed to better serving LGBTQ+ students. Any member of the Wheaton College community who is well-versed in LGBTQ+ struggles, concerns, and theory is welcome to join The Network, which is convened by the Center for Social Justice and Community Impact.

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