UH Commission on the Status of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Equality
The Commission on the Status of LGBTI Equality envisions a campus environment where all members of our campus communities experience an education and workplace free from harassment, discrimination, intimidation and intolerance.
To better serve our campus communities, we want to ensure that all members of our UH campuses are aware of rights and resources available to them.
The University of Hawaii Commission on the Status of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex Equality promotes a safe and inclusive environment by creating a culture of equality, acceptance, and respect throughout the UH system.
The UH Commission on the Status of LGBTI Equality advocates the creation and implementation of and adherence to Hawaii State and University of Hawaii policies that serve the needs of the LGBTI students, staff, and faculty.
This system-wide commission is composed of faculty, staff and students appointed by the President of the University of Hawaii, representing each of our 10 campuses. At least two commissioners shall be appointed from each of the campuses of the university system.
The commission has five standing committees that work to uphold the mission of our university and commission.