The Mt. SAC Pride Center provides a safe, supportive, and educational space for students across the gender and sexuality spectrum. The Pride Center provides services that promote student success including computer and printing services, tutoring, mentoring, a lending library, research assistance with an in-house librarian, and academic support from faculty across various disciplines. Additionally, the Pride Center provides professional, academic, and therapeutic support with small group discussions, and educational opportunities for students, faculty, and the surrounding community to learn more about how best to support our students' achievement of their educational and professional goals.
Mt. SAC Pride Center
The Mt. SAC Pride Center is a resource center and lounge space serving the LGBTQ+ community of Mt. San Antonio College. While the physical Pride Center may be closed during COVID-19 related remote instruction, the Virtual Pride Center (VPC) is available to students 24/7! To gain access to the VPC, send us an email at email@example.com to request a registration appointment with our Program Coordinator.
Names are important! Changing your preferred name on the Portal (for class rosters)
and in Canvas (in most areas where your name is displayed) is easy. Just follow these
1. Log in to the Student Portal at inside.mtsac.edu
2. Click on the link under the Preferred Name section
3. Enter your preferred name and hit SUBMIT
Note: if desired, you can also choose to elect your pronouns before hitting SUBMIT. They will then appear under your name when you get a Mountie Student ID card.
1. After logging in to Canvas, click on your Photo/Name
2. Click on Profile
3. Click the "Edit Profile" button
4. Enter your preferred name in the Name field
5. Choose your pronouns (if desired). These will be visible to your professor and your peers
6. Hit the "Save Profile" button
Please note that, at this time, preferred name changes must be made in both the Portal and in Canvas. If you would like to see you preferred name reflected everywhere possible, please follow both sets of instructions.
Pride Center News
From your first day on campus to your graduation day, the Pride Center is here to support your academic and personal success. You are not alone.
Current and prospective students are welcome to contact us for a free consultation:
909-274-6549 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Pride Center Staff
Melinda "Coach Mo" Bowen