You may have seen stickers or signs across campus labeled as a “SafeZone.” This means a person in the area is open to talking about and being supportive of LGBTQA+ issues and identities.
SafeZone decals are placed in an area after an individual nearby has gone through the SafeZone training and has committed to welcoming LGBTQA+ individuals, spreading awareness, and continuing their own education on the related issues.
LGBTQA+ individuals may sometimes question whether or not they will feel safe in a new classroom or work space. Lorain County Community College is committed to ensuring all people are welcomed and included on this campus regardless of identity. Each time you see a SafeZone decal know that you are safe in that space.
LCCC’s Safe Zone Ambassadors
Administrative Assistant, Marketing and Communications
Administrative Associate, Human Resources
Instructor, Police Academy
Adjunct Instructor, Women’s Studies
Career and Academic Advisor, Enrollment Services
Experiential Education Professional, Career Services
Financial Aid Officer
Web Content Coordinator, Marketing and Communications
Academic Success Coach Early College High School
Administrative Associate, Conference & Dining Services
Administrative Associate/Associate Provost’s Office
Career and Academic Advisement Professional, Enrollment Services
Academic Advisor, Enrollment Services
Thomas Jay Benjamin
Senior Institutional Data Analyst, Intitutional Research & Planning
Adjunct Instructor, Law and Human Resources
Dispatcher, Campus Security
Gregory R. Rivera
Professor of Spanish
Adjunct Health and Wellness Sciences, HPER
Wendy Stone Scott
Liberal and Creative Arts Team Advisor/Adjunct Faculty
Project Coordinator for The Care Center
Professor & Program Coordinator of HPER
SafeZone would not have been possible without the work and dedication of Aimee Dickinson a former Associate Professor of Sociology. Her passion will always be remembered by those who knew her.