Pride Alliance is an organization for gender and sexual minority students and their allies. This organization meets weekly to engage in a number of activities and events. Pride Alliance is open to all students and welcomes new membership throughout the year. Click on the link above for more current information.
GradPRISM is an organization for LGBTQ+ and Allied graduate students. Events are put on throughout the year and are open to all who are interested. Find more information about Grad PRISM by following the link above.
project BIson acknowledges the negative impact of binary thinking on the lives of people who live in "middle" categories that cross borders of identities. This project creates affinity spaces for dialogue among those who identify as bisexual, pansexual, bigender, biracial, multiracial, multiethnic, and other similar identities. This project recognizes that such persons not only face unique struggles in society but also have much wisdom to share with each other and the university at large. If you are interested in being part of this project, please contact Emma Marshall at email@example.com
The Pride Network is an organization of LGBTQ+ faculty and staff. Events are held for socialization and discussion throughout the year. Event information will be posted here.
Q-Space (Coming 2019-20)
We know that time spent in a university often coincides with a developing understanding or questioning of one's sexual orientation, gender identity, or romantic attraction. Those who find themselves questioning may also be wrestling with social norms, religious expectations, family culture, and any number of other complex realities. For this reason, we recognize the need for a space to safely speak with others about these questions while not being "out." Q-Space is a non-public gathering open to questioning students and facilitated by a few faculty and staff for the purpose of discussion, community, and self-development. If you are interested in this group, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
There is no formal gathering of LGBTQ+ Bison Alumni currently, however, interested graduates of the university who identify with the queer community can be part of the Facebook Alumni Group.
oSTEM (Currently Forming)
oSTEM is a national organization supporting LGBTQ+ individuals in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math fields. A chapter is being formed on our campus. If you are an interested graduate or undergraduate student, please contact email@example.com.