MC faculty and staff participate in a recent SafeZone training session. In this photo, participants are holding cards describing the various stages of "coming out".
Moorpark College is committed to creating a nurturing atmosphere rich in learning experiences, free of fear and discrimination for all.
To this end, the SafeZone training program was developed tosupport LGBTQ+ students, employees, and allies.
The SafeZone emblem not only signifies a pledge of commitment, but that the person displaying the placard has been trained to support this unique population. It was through the dedication of the MC SafeZone committee and the help of The Gay Alliance, College of the Canyons, and Bakersfield College that MC's training program was developed.
Four All Gender Restrooms on MC Campus
The two images above show, respectively, the external view of the Music Building, and a photo of the door to one of the two All Gender Restrooms Inside the Music Building.
The two photos above show, respectively, the external view of the Student Services Annex from Raider Walk, and the door of one of the two All Gender Restrooms , accessed externally on the parking lot side of the Student Services Annex.
(The image to the left is an electronic version of the SafeZone placard that SafeZone-trained people might show on their office doors, windows, email signatures, and/or syllabi.)