About Us

The Office of LGBTQ Resources provides services and support for students, faculty and staff across the University, in part by providing training and support for the programing, organizations and initiatives of students, faculty, staff, alumni and the local community.

Whether you're new to Yale or you've been here a while, you can find a network of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer students, faculty, and staff. The Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Resources can help you connect to others in the community and learn about Yale's LGBTQ social, cultural and academic programs and events. We work to create a visible LGBTQ community that includes staff, faculty and students from all of Yale’s schools and from a wide variety of life experiences. We actively network with other Yale offices that advocate in support of diversity.

Please explore the resources available for undergraduate studentsgraduate and professional students; and staff, faculty and postdoctoral fellows, and feel free to contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns!

Hours & Location

The Office of LGBTQ Resources is open to all members of the Yale community from noon–10:00 pm every day during the academic term.

office hours

Contact our staff to schedule a one-on-one meeting.


135 Prospect St, New Haven, CT 06511 (Map)

Our Staff


Maria Trumpler

A85B, Office of LGBTQ Resources, 135 Prospect St

Coming out challenges, family issues, navigating Yale, teaching and advising issues, ideas for programs and initiatives, gender identity, queer activism, wellness, especially around food.

Andrew Dowe

Andrew Dowe

Associate Director
A85A, Office of LGBTQ Resources, 135 Prospect St

Racial, ethnic and cultural identities, immigrant and first-generation identities and communities, coming out challenges, navigating Yale, ideas for programs and initiatives, queer activism.


Seth Wallace

Assistant Director
A85B, Office of LGBTQ Resources, 135 Prospect St

Gender transitions, non-binary and genderqueer identities, family issues, coming out challenges, connecting with New Haven’s queer community, queer emotional intelligence and wellbeing.


Karis Slattery

Graduate Programs Coordinator

Faith, spirituality and religious identity, healthy relationships, queer activism, unpacking queer intersectionality, mindfulness, stress-reduction.