Education & Resources

The GSCC provides educational programs and resources to increase your capacity to build and sustain more inclusive and equitable environments for LGBTQIA2S+ people and communities at MSU.

Quest: Building Capacity for LGBTQA+ Inclusion

Quest: Building Capacity for LGBTQA+ Inclusion is The Gender and Sexuality Campus Center’s core curriculum.This program is designed to encourage the growth and development of ally skills and practices over time by providing a greater variety of educational programs and workshops at varying levels and on specific topics and identities. Learn more about Quest! 

Open Workshops

Open workshops are workshops hosted by the GSCC that are open to all MSU community members. Dates are set in advance and registration is required. Please note: most open workshops are filled to capacity and close before the workshop date. Workshops are usually capped at 35 participants. For questions, please email

Upcoming Open Workshops include: 

Understanding Pronouns Workshop 
Tuesday, February 15, 2022 from 10:00am EST to 11:30am EST
On Zoom
Register Here 
Join us for a deep dive into pronouns! It can be difficult to speak without using pronouns. After all, we have been socialized and educated to use them. Despite the everyday use of pronouns, their impact on understanding gender expression and gender identity is often underestimated. In an effort to better serve our students and each other, please join the staff of The Gender and Sexuality Campus Center for an in-depth look at pronouns. We will discuss how to ask for pronouns, how to share your own, what to do when you make a mistake, and why using “they” as a singular pronoun is not a new phenomenon! We will also practice using they/them/theirs pronouns and other neo-pronouns.


Request a Workshop

To request a specific workshop for your department, unit, division, or group, please fill our our Workshop Request Form below. The Gender and Sexuality Campus Center has limited availability for workshop requests. Please note that the GSCC requires at least 15 anticipated attendees. Smaller groups may be asked to combine with another small group or to attend an Open Workshop. 

The GSCC is no longer accepting requests for workshops for the remainder of the Fall semester.