College Programs and Events
Metropolitan Community College has Campus Life and Leadership Offices that coordinate co-curricular programs, events, and student organizations that are free and accessible to all students. Click the link below to learn of diverse student organizations at MCC, including active LGBTQ+ student organizations.
The MCC Events Calendar provides an up-to-date overview of activities and events occurring on the MCC campuses.
Transfer College and Scholarship Resources
This link to the College Board website is a user-friendly tool for general college and scholarship searches
This link to Affordable Colleges.com provides relevant information (e.g., college selection processes) and resources (e.g., links to specific scholarships) for individuals in the LGBTQ community.
Fastweb is a free, credible scholarship search engine.
This website listed below, sponsored by PFLAG, provides information about scholarships for individuals in the LGBTQ+community.
This UMKC link lists some Kansas City organizations, groups, and services for our LGBTQ+ community.
The GLBT National Help Center serves gay, lesbian, transgender, bi-sexual & questioning people by providing free & confidential peer-supported and local resources. Use the “Near Me” search function to locate a diversity of GLBT resources in your area.
The Kansas City Chapter of GLSEN works to promote respectful educational communities through research, support, education and action.
Sponsored by Carleton College in Minnesota, The Gender and Sexuality Center offers
an extensive list of regional, national, international resources including scholarships.
Kansas City PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) offers Support Groups (chapter meetings) where you’ll get to know other people with LGBTQ+ family members and friends, and receive information and support.
The Equality House in Topeka, KS is a symbol of compassion, peace, and positive change. The house, painted the colors of the Pride flag, serves as a resource center and stands as a visual reminder of our commitment to equality for all.