Campus Pride revealed its list of Top 25 List of LGBT-Friendly Colleges & Universities for 2012. And two Pennsylvania schools made the cut – including University of Pennsylvania and Penn State University.
The list is based on the 2012 Campus Pride Index, a searchable index with data from more than 300 colleges and universities that take into account LGBT policies and programs, as well as responses from students, faculty and staff.
The Top 25 list includes:
Carleton College; Cornell University; Emory University; Indiana University; Ithaca College; Oberlin College; Portland State University; Stanford University; The Ohio State University; The Pennsylvania State University; University of California, Berkeley; University of California, Los Angeles; University of California, Riverside; University of California, Santa Barbara; University of Chicago; University of Illinois at Chicago; University of Maryland, College Park; University of Massachusetts, Amherst; University of Michigan; University of Minnesota-Twin Cities; University of Oregon; University of Pennsylvania; University of Utah; University of Vermont; and University of Washington.
Campus Pride also charted the Top 10 List of Trans-Friendly Colleges and Universities this year – and UPenn also made the cut.