The experiences of Queer students at institutions of higher education have long been the subject of scholarship. Scholars explored research on campus climate, experience, and identity development. In the past, scholarship on historically women’s institutions explored leadership, history, and sexuality. However, the experiences of Queer students on historically women’s campuses are largely unstudied. As a graduate of a historically women’s institution who identifies as a Queer woman, I will reflect on my own experience of being a Queer student at a women’s college, and identify where Queer students receive the support they need to succeed.
Dews, Sarah D.
"Where’s My Queer BBQ?: Supporting Queer Students at Historically Women’s Colleges,"
The Vermont Connection: Vol. 39
, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uvm.edu/tvc/vol39/iss1/4