Rutgers gets a mention as gay friendly, while Catholic Seton Hall lands on the unfriendly list.Washington Blade Online
: "UNLIKE HOLY CROSS, Seton Hall University’s administration refused to recognize its gay student club, TRUTH, sparking a lawsuit that is still weaving through the New Jersey courts. The group continued to unofficially meet though.
Seton Hall ,in South Orange, N.J., ranked 11th on the “gay community is not accepted list.”"
UNFORTUNATELY, MANY OF the schools that are the most accepting can also be the toughest to gain admission to and carry a hefty price tag.
For gay students on a budget, he suggested Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. ...
Rutgers’ gender studies program offers two classes in sexuality, one specifically on lesbians, as well as several classes about gender, race and class. The university also has many active and visible gay student advocacy and social groups; a gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender special interest section in a dormitory; and a university office for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender concerns.