Ally Training

At the University of Dayton, allyship is more than being, it's doing.

Ally Training

How Do You Ally?

Attending an Ally Training is a great way to actively practice what it means to live in community at UD.

Ally Training is a workshop that educates individuals within the University of Dayton's Catholic and Marianist tradition, so they may better support the LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, Queer, and Questioning) community. Ally Training includes experiential activities and guided discussions designed to provide knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will help you effectively ally with the LGBTQ+ community. It is free and open to all University of Dayton students, faculty, and staff.  UD's Ally program is sponsored by LGBTQ+ Support Services in collaboration with volunteers from the UD campus community. Follow the links below to register to attend a training.

Request an Ally Training for your group

Can't make it to any of the published Ally Training dates? Want to make sure everyone in your organization or department has an opportunity to attend an Ally Training? If you can guarantee at least 20 attendees, fill out the form below to request an additional Ally Training.

Note: Ally Training is a 4 hour training, not including set up or meal time. Please allow at least 4 weeks before requested date to allow for scheduling facilitators and booking accommodations.

CONTACT

LGBTQ+ Support Services

Gosiger Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0965
937-229-1215