MBLGTACC 2013!

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Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference.

What Is MBLGTACC?

MBLGTACC is the largest LGBTA college conference in the nation. It is an annual conference that is hosted at a different Midwest college each year and features about 90 educational workshops, as well as nationally-recognized speakers and entertainers.

When Is It?

MBLGTACC 2013 will be held February 8-10, 2013, at the Lansing Center in Lansing, Mich., and is organized by students from Michigan State University.

How Do I Register?

Students and those who work directly with LGBTA students are encouraged to register for the conference.

Registration, both online and by mail, is currently available at the reduced price of $55. However, registration prices will increase to $65 after July 31st. The registration price will continue to increase according to the following timeline:

– May 1, 2012 – July 31, 2012: $55
– August 1, 2012 – February 1, 2013: $65
– After February 1, 2013: $75

What Are the Workshops About?

If you are interested in presenting a workshop at the conference, the call for workshop proposals is now open. Anyone can submit a proposal — including students, staff, faculty, community members, professionals and advocates! The deadline for submitting a proposal is Nov. 1, 2012.

Workshop topics are about the intersection of LGBTA identities and race; religion; gender; sex; disability; history; education and schools; health; politics; allyship; homelessness; professionalism; leadership; HIV/AIDS; and more. A list of the workshops offered at the 2011 and 2012 conferences is available on our workshops page.

Where Can I Get More Information?

If you are interested in receiving more information about MBLGTACC, please subscribe to our eNewsletter! Be sure to also check out our website, follow us on Twitter and “Like” our Facebook page!

How Can I Help?

Please pass this information on to interested students, staff and faculty through any appropriate communication channels to which you may have access — such as listservs, newsletters, social media, etc. The conference has grown primarily through word of mouth, so your help in sharing this information with others is integral to the success of the conference! We greatly appreciate all of your help with spreading the word.