SAN DIEGO -- Come January, San Diego State will open the doors of its new Pride Center, a resource service center to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community and its allies at SDSU.
Much of the programming that will take place at the center is still in planning by the LGBTQ Advisory Board, a group of SDSU faculty, staff members and students that serve as an advising arm to the university regarding LGBTQ campus development. As part of the Strategic Planning Initiatives, the center’s proposed continual budget is $200,000.
Former Residence Hall Coordinator Anthony Keen was appointed to be the full-time coordinator for the Pride Center.
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