Telephone: (520) 621-7585
ASUA’s Pride Alliance strives to maintain a drop-in resource center that offers a supportive social and academic environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer, as well as allied, students at the University of Arizona. Pride Alliance is committed to fostering a safe environment in the surrounding community so that LGBTQA+ students can thrive at the U of A. Pride Alliance's headquarters, the LGBTQ Resource Center, is located in room 404-O of the Student Union and holds weekly meetings. Come by anytime to get involved and like us on Facebook for updates on events, meetings, and news in the queer and trans community!
Delta Lambda Phi Omega Chapter
Delta Lambda Phi is a national social fraternity for gay, bisexual, and progressive gentlemen. As a progressive social fraternity, its purpose is to (1) promote dignified and purposeful social service, and recreational activities for progressive men, (2) to lead in determining the rights and privileges of individuals in society, and (3) to present a strong and positive image which respects diversity of all individuals, irrespective of sexual orientation.
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Gamma Rho Lambda Phi Chapter
Gamma Rho Lambda is a national social sorority for Queer, Trans, Nonbinary, and allied students. Gamma Rho Lambda strives to exemplify the qualities of tolerance, diversity, unity, and trust, while providing a network of assistance in the areas of scholastic guidance, emotional support and community service.
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Graduate Students of Color
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The members of the Graduate Students of Color Collective at the University of Arizona, established to build and sustain a supportive community for graduate students of color that contributes to their academic development, social growth, and well-being. The Graduate Students of Color Collective, do ordain and establish this constitution and bylaws and subscribe to the regulations and policies of the University.
MedPride-Gay/Straight Medical Student Alliance
MedPride promotes awareness of and sensitivity to LGBTQ issues in healthcare, including topics that affect LGBTQ patients, medical students, residents, physicians and their allies.
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Pride Law is an educational, political, and social organization for LGBTQ+ law students, as well as their supporters and friends. Throughout the year, Pride Law sponsors activities, panels, social events, service projects, and political actions to build community and intersectional alliances that provide lasting support to queer students and graduates of the Law School.
Email: UAoSTEM@gmail.com(link sends e-mail)
oSTEM (Out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) is an organization that facilitates greater involvement and leadership of the LGBT*QQIAAP community in the sciences. Specifically, the organization's mission is to (1) educate, empower, and engage a diverse community (2) identify, address, and advocate for the needs of queer students in the STEM fields and (3) fulfill these needs through reciprocal mentorships, networking, and professional development opportunities. You can find more information at www.ostem.org or find the University of Arizona group on facebook!
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SOI is a safe space for LGBTQIA students in the Eller College of Management that gives students a place to be themselves and bring about change in the college’s traditional culture.
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AROspACE is a social discussion group for folks who identify on the asexual and/or aromantic spectrum. AROspACE meets Wednesday biweekly.
Meet biweekly on Mondays from 5:30-6:30 pm at the LGBTQ+ Resource Center.
First meeting of Spring 2023 semester is on January 30
Exclusive for QTPOC+2spirit folks only!
This is a peer to peer art and healing discussion group that provides a safe and comfortable environment for LGBTQ and Two Spirit students of color to connect, share experiences, and support each other. As confidentiality is an important aspect of this group, it is not open to individuals writing papers for classes or projects. Details for fall 2020 meeting times are currently being planned and will be available soon, please check the calendar for more details!