University of Vermont


Scholarly Resources

A Roving Rainbow There are a multitude of informational resources available at UVM to LGBTQA students or students interested in LGBTQA issues. Some of those are available through the LGBTQA Center Lending Library but there are also resources available at the following places:

LGBTQA Center Lending Library

Don't forget to check out our lending library in the LGBTQA Center's Student Lounge!  A full catalog of our holdings can be viewed here.

LGBT Health Resources (Dana Medical Library, UVM)

Gary Atwood, the Education Librarian at Dana Medical Library, has started a LibGuide containing resources for finding information, such as databases, journals, books, and web pages on LGBT health and medicine. It is currently in review by other reference librarians for further additions. This is a work in progress, so please feel free to use the comment button under the Welcome tab.

LGBT Research Journals (Harrington Park Press)

This is a selective list of peer-review, specialized journals which focus entirely on empirical/archival LGBTQ research. This is a reference service only. UVM students, staff, and faculty wishing to access specific articles should visit the Dana Medical Library or Bailey-Howe Library websites. Inter-library loan requests can be made for holdings the University does not own or subscribe to.

LGBT Scholarship Database (Campus Pride)

In 2014, Campus Pride launched their national LGBT scholarship database in partnership with Point Foundation. The database is free and provides LGBT and ally students with the largest, most comprehensive source of LGBT scholarship and funding resources in the nation.

LGBTQ Scholarships and Financial Aid (Go Grad)

Go Grad has created a comprehensive list of scholarships that are available to LGBTQ students who are planning for their graduate education. They aim to help students get on the right track for their education, offering tips and guides on applying for and securing finanical aid. They also offer a more general guide which is designed to assist students in researching and exploring various funding options for getting graduate degrees.



Last modified September 28 2016 01:58 PM