Pride Center

Welcome to the Pride Center (PC), a new area under the pilot program called the Social Justice & Equity Centers.  We foster a supportive environment for all students, faculty, and staff focusing on the experiences and identities withing the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQIA+) community. The Pride Center offers events, programs and services focused on supporting and celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community, and the role of allies. Our goal is to educate the BMCC community on inclusion, allyship, and intersectionality.

All students are welcome to participate regardless of orientation, sex, gender, or expression. 

Lenape Land

The Pride Center acknowledges BMCC sits on colonized indigenous land, home of the Lenape people. We pay our respects to the Lenape community and elders, past, present and future, and to their sacred traditions, culture, and history.  We realize we are honored guests on this land and strive to treat it with dignity, love and respect.  

Programs and Events

The Pride Center offers a variety of programs and events throughout the year to educate, support, and enhance the BMCC community. All members of the BMCC community are welcomed to participate. Take a look at our calendar to see upcoming events.
Pride Center Programs and Events Calendar

You can also check out all of the events hosted by the Social Justice & Equity Centers.
SJEC Programs and Events Calendar

Many of our programs are CCT approved, please inquire with the Pride Center staff for more details.

Pride Month

The Pride Center is an active participant of the BMCC Pride Month. We collaborate with the The Pride Month Committee to plan a fun and diverse calendar of events just for you! All  Pride Month related activities are posted on our BMCC Pride Month Calendar of Events.

Pride Month Events are approved for CCT credit.

SafeZone Training

The Pride Center oversees BMCC’s SafeZone Training, which explores how to be better allies and create a safe and inclusive space for the Queer Community at BMCC and beyond. The training explores LGBTQIA+ identities, sex, gender, sexuality, expression and intersectionality while also examining prejudice, societal expectations, and privilege. 

To learn more about Safezone, join a training session, or request a training, check out the Safezone website or contact 

SafeZone is approved for CCT credit.

Counseling Center: LGBTQ+ Therapy Group

Thursdays, 2-3 p.m. via Zoom
Take part in a safe and confidential therapy group for BMCC LGBTQ+ identified students where the goal is to connect and support each other.  The group is led by Nestor Borrero-Bracero, Ph.D. and Amy Ojerholm, Ph.D. from the BMCC Counseling Center. To join please visit the Counseling Center Therapy Group website for more information or email

To Learn More about Pride Center * LGBTQIA+  programs, visit our Programs & Events page.


The CUNY LGBTQIA+ Hub, is a resource overseen by the CUNY LGBTQI+ Council, a CUNY-wide committee of faculty and staff dedicated to supporting the intersectional LGBTQI+ communities across the university system. It is a great resource for students to connect across CUNY, get access to updated policies, resources, programs, and leadership opportunities across CUNY and NYC.

Free Menstrual Products and Contraception

Stop by S-340 in the Main Building to pick up free pads, tampons, internal and external condoms, lube, and dental dams.

Connect with Us

  • SJEC Email List and Newsletters
    Sign-up for the SJEC email list and newsletters to receive our monthly newsletter as well as daily updates and reminders for the Pride Center and all of the SJEC programs, events, and activities, including the Women’s Resource Center, MultiCultural Center & Social Justice Programs.
  • Follow us on Social Media
    SJEC Instagram
    Follow us on Instagram to get updates and get engaged with all of the SJEC programs, events, and activities, including the Women’s Resource Center, Pride Center, MultiCultural Center & Social Justice Programs. It’s an easy way to get reminders, stay connected, and learn about social justice. 

To learn more ways to be part of the Pride Center, visit Get Connected and Involved !