Sexuality and Gender Awareness (SAGA)
SAGA is a peer education group of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, plus (LGBT+), and straight students who support each other and educate the campus. We meet weekly for fellowship and learning. Multiple events throughout the year seek to foster a more welcoming and educated community.
SAGA warmly welcomes new members. SAGA has opportunities for students to be members, educators, and leaders. Contact Jana Stob to learn more.
- LGBT+ (A peer led workshop offered in the residence halls)
- You are Loved Campaign
- Various speakers on topics connected to sexuality and gender
If you are LGBT+ or straight at Calvin...
Because the church we are affiliated with has stated that sexual orientation is not sinful and has called us to care well for our LGBT+ members (see https://www.crcna.org/welcome/beliefs/position-statements/homosexuality), Calvin seeks to be a safe place for LGBT+ and straight students to grow and learn. With our denomination, we affirm that a student can be LGBT+ and a follower of Jesus Christ. It is our mission that all students will find a place at the university where they can be shaped for work and worship in God's kingdom. SAGA works to foster a climate where that is possible and every student can learn about sexuality, gender, and relationships in light of their faith.
Here are few of the many campus resources to aid students in their journey:
- Campus Ministries
- Sexuality Series
- Broene Counseling Center
- Gender Studies
- FAQs about Calvin, LGBT+ Students, and Homosexuality
- LGBT+ Library Guide
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