We are able to provide our students with free and easy access to digital resources thanks to the David Bohnett Foundation. The David Bohnett Foundation provides funding, state-of-the-art technology, and technical support to LGBT Centers across the nation. We are proud to be one of over 60 David Bohnett CyberCenters nationwide. These spaces serve as prime examples of the Foundation's commitment to making leading-edge technology available to the traditionally underserved LGBTQ+ demographic.
Our CyberCenter is located on the second floor of our building right near the staff offices. It consists of 11 computers (9 Macs, 2 PCs) which anyone with a PennKey can access, as well as printers, a scanner, and other helpful resources. Students use these computers to browse the internet, write papers, scan documents, and print (Penn students can print 25 pages a day for free at the LGBT Center if they bring their own paper!). Students from all over Penn utilize this space as a helpful and social environment.