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Canisius is REALLY GLBTQ friendly. It's college so some people need to grow up and learn about the GLBTQ issues on campus but many straight students and administrators are very supportive allies. Unity, the Gay Straight alliance on campus is very active and influential. You will find so much support from students, faculty, staff, alumni, Campus Ministry, athletics, etc. if you ever want that support
There are several campus clubs which strive to increase LGBT awareness at Canisius. People are generally very tolerant of others.
You should not be scared at all, in fact there were just surveys given to each undergrad in finding new ways to better help. There are different club groups and different meetings, and the campus is extremely open and understanding.
I find that both students and teachers treat everyone equally when it comes to differences. There are definitely a lot of open minded people on campus. To top it off, there is even a LGBT club that I am a member of.
Canisius may be a Catholic school but it is neutral on sexual orientation. There is a gay straight alliance group on campus. Don't worry.
Not at all! I have a few friends that are gay and they fit right in!! Do not feel scared that you will be treated differently.
Got to disagree. Most students I know don't dress or act alike at all. I had a great experience learning so many different perspectives and approaches but ultimately it is up to you to seek the crowd you want
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Written by Caitlyn Fennell
Females are the majority at Canisius (not by a lot, but enough). This affects the dating scene a bit, since females vying for limited male attention are more inclined to "hook up" to get it, which leaves guys with little incentive to establish an actual relationship with someone.
However, Canisius students, as a whole, are usually more reserved than promiscuous (it's probably the Catholic-Jesuit thing). Almost everybody acts respectfully toward one another, and students are typically friendly, warm, and welcoming. It's easy to make friends with both sexes through common classes and interests.
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