Kansas State University wants to provide a safe and equitable environment for every member of our community. The Safe Zone program (Students, Administrators and Faculty for Equality) was created to easily identify persons, programs, and services that have made a special commitment to enhancing the quality of the K-State environment.
The purpose of the Safe Zone program is to provide campus "safe zones" where individuals affected by homophobia, hateful acts, and sexual violence can safely go for support and assistance. By placing the SafeZone symbol on their office door, desk, or backpack, Safe Zone allies signify that their space is a safe place to talk and seek help.
Safe Zone Training: International Student Services
April 20th International Student Services Building 3:30pm-4:30pm
Presenter-Kara Warren-International Student Services, Sara Thurston-International Student Services, with a panel of international K-State Students
This workshop will examine the experiences of international students at K-State and discuss approaches to working with and supporting international students.
Who Can Participate?
The Safe Zone program is open to anyone who wishes to increase their knowledge about local resources and current issues and trends relevant to the K-State Community. Although becoming an ally is encouraged, being an ally is not necessary to attend any Introductory or Topic Specific Trainings. All Safe Zone events and free and open to the public for the education of our community.
Want to get emails from Safe Zone?
Please e-mail Safe Zone at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive information on trainings, events, etc.