SAIL Community

The Safe And Inclusive Living (SAIL) community is a campus housing option in which students agree to share a university apartment with others regardless of the occupants’ sex assigned at birth, gender identity, gender expression, and/or sexual orientation. This community is an open and supportive environment for everyone to be their authentic selves and be surrounded by other’s who value those same things. While this space was created out of a need for LGBTQIA+ students to have a safe floor, allies can also self-select to live on this floor, so long as they agree to abide by the Community Living Agreement. The philosophy is simple - all on-campus residents deserve to feel safe and welcome in their residential community.
New to UW-Green Bay? Wondering if SAIL is the place for you? Here are a few things to consider…
  • The intent of the community is to give LGBTQIA+ students a place where they can truly be themselves. Our goal is that the community extends beyond their apartment to the entire floor.
  • As a SAIL resident, you are not requested nor expected to disclose your identities as a part of your application to Housing.
  • Housing is prohibited by law from sharing any student’s location with others. Therefore, no one can find out from Housing & Residential Education that you live in SAIL.
  • You are not alone! There is a Resident Mentor (student) and Assistant Directors (professional staff) that are always accessible to help if difficulties arise within an apartment.
Meet your Resident Mentor for the SAIL Community
Tyler lives on the 3rd floor of John Robishaw Hall on-campus and serves as a Resident Mentor for SAIL      residents. Tyler creates an inclusive environment and helps mentor any residents who’re in need. Although Tyler is a Business Administration student he loves the diversity, equity and inclusion part of business and hopes to advocate for this in the future as a business leader. Tyler spends most of his time at the Pride Center on-campus.

“My favorite part about this job is getting to meet new people and learning about the great diversity we have on-campus. I love talking to fellow LGBTQ+ students and allies because it allows me to grow as a new developing leader as well as be the voice for all SAIL residents.”


Staff Contacts for the SAIL Community

Adam Neveau, Associate Director - Administrator of SAIL

Lindsey Lecus, Assistant Director of Residential Education for John Robishaw Hall