Founded on campus in 1994, the LGBT Resource Center serves as the central hub of LGBT life at Cornell for students, staff, and faculty. Working closely with the LGBT Studies Program and the Human Sexuality Collection, the LGBT RC seeks to create a community that actively works to eliminate heterosexism and gender oppression through synthesizing the in class and out of classroom experiences for all students. In addition, the LGBT RC is a resource for the entire campus community on matters related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning communities.

This video is a collective story from students, staff, faculty, alumni, and parents. The Cornell University Gay and Lesbian Alumni Association, in conjunction with the LGBT Resource Center, is actively seeking to reconnect with LGBTQ alumni and re-engage this population with the university. This video serves as a comprehensive overview of the history, current state, and future goals related to LGBTQ life on campus.