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. If you are interested in being part of this undergraduate group, please go to Pride Alliance MyNDSU or contact Emma Dodds.
GradPRISM is an organization for LGBTQ+ and Allied graduate students. This group is currently in the works, please check back for more information.
oSTEM is an international organization supporting LGBTQ+ individuals in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math fields. A chapter is being formed on our campus.
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&A is a non-public gathering open to questioning Fraternity and Sorority students and their allies facilitated by Greek Life students for the purpose of discussion, community, and self-development. If you are interested in being part of this group, please contact Jordan Dipalma.
The Pride Network is an organization of LGBTQ+ faculty and staff. Events are held for socialization and discussion throughout the year. If you are interested in being part of Pride Network, 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.
FM LGBTQ+ College Alliance
This group is comprised of students from the four FM universities (NDSU, MSUM, Concordia, and M State). It is open to all students from these campuses, and events and information can be found on the Tri-College LGBTQIA+ Group Facebook page, or on the Instagram for the NDSU Pride Alliance.
Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Support Group
This is a new group being offered by the NDSU Counseling Center to provide a safe, supportive space for transgender and gender nonconforming students to connect with others going through similar experiences. The group meets at the Counseling Center Gathering Room (in the Stop and Go Center, 1919 University Drive N) on Tuesdays from 1:00pm - 2:00pm during the Fall 2022 semester. No registration required, just show up if you are interested. If you have questions, please contact Ronni Arensberg.