SFCC LGBTQIA Virtual Resource Center

SFCC Pride Collection

If you are looking for books or DVDs about gender identity or sexuality, SFCC's library has the largest collection in Eastern Washington. Whether you are researching the genetic basis of homosexuality, religious perspectives, or just want to check out a great gay-themed movie, we've got it!


Videos and DVD's

Pride Foundation Our collection got its start thanks to a generous donation from the Pride Foundation. Thank you!

Click on a marked building for their current Safe Zones and contact information.

SFCC Safe Zones Library Communications/Theatre Fine Arts Music Annex Stadium/Physical Education Complex Social Science (South) Human Services/Early Learning Center (ELC) Student Union Building (SUB) Computing, Mathematics and Science Technical Arts sn-w'ey'-mn

A guide to unisex restrooms on campus.

SFCC Campus Map
2. Library - Basement 0008 9. Institute for Extended Learning - 101A
5. Communications 155/156 11. Photography - 120K
6. Fine Arts - 133 15. Music/Performing Arts - 111
8. Science - 137/138, 144/145 17. Across from Student Employment/Career Center - 226
24. sn-w'ey'-mn - 234    

What is this for?

The Unisex Restroom Guide provides the locations of unisex restrooms on the SFCC campus. Its purpose is to allow all SFCC students, faculty, staff, and visitors to maintain their right to use restrooms in a safe and dignified manner regardless of their gender identity or expression.

Why unisex restrooms?

For many people who identify as transgender, the use of gender-specific restrooms can sometimes be accompanied by judgment, forced removal, or feelings of vulnerability. Single-occupancy and non-gendered unisex restrooms provide facilities that can be inclusive to all individuals, regardless of their gender identity or expression. The presence of single-occupancy and unisex restrooms may be of importance to those who are currently discovering their own gender identity, people with disabilities, and individuals with body-image issues as well.