Ally Training Program

The UA Safe Zone Ally Training Program provides a visible network of allies for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, and asexual (LGBTQIA+) individuals. Safe Zone Allies distribute information regarding sexuality, gender identity, campus and community resources, and methods for reporting harassment and/or discrimination.

The Safe Zone Ally Training Program is a three-hour training session that allows participants to:

  • develop a working knowledge of appropriate and respectful LGBTQIA+ terminology;
  • recognize the impact that a negative campus climate has on individuals who identify as LGBTQIA+; and
  • identify areas of personal growth as a member of the UA community.

Following the training program, participants are invited to sign-up to serve as UA Safe Zone Allies.

Closed Training, Presentations or Information Sessions

Need a special training date or session for your group, organization, or department?

*Special trainings, presentations or information sessions should be requested at least two weeks in advance.

Make a Request

The UA Safe Zone Ally Training Program sessions are provided by the Safe Zone Resource Center and led by UA faculty, staff and graduate student volunteers.


If you have questions about the Ally Training program, please email the Safe Zone resource center at