The University of Utah was recently named as one of the country's top 25 friendly
One student said,"I'm happy about it, I'm proud to be part of the community."
Kai Medina Martinez is the director at the L-G-B-T resource center, and also an alumn from the class of '87 when acceptance was hard to come by.
"It's tremendous, it's great. I never thought we'd be here, and I never thought I'd be a part of it. When I was a student here, we used to meet in places that were undisclosed because there was a fear about being 'out'."
Campus pride rankings are based on questionnaires submitted by students, faculty, and staff at universities and colleges across the country.
~ Curtis Ray
schools for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students. the "u" and the state continues to grow and become more accepting diversity.