Queer and Ally Student Groups
A community dedicated to promoting a safe environment for individuals who fall on the asexual/aromantic spectrum including those who are questioning or wish for further education on the meaning of the terms.
Contact Lara for more information.
A supportive social group for students and young adults on the autism spectrum who also identify as LGBTQ+.
Contact Marci for more information.
A discussion group for nonbinary people and LGBT+ women ages 18-24 attending IU, providing a peer-facilitated, confidential, and secure atmosphere.
Contact Allison or Diana for more information.
A peer-led group for trans-identified and gender nonconforming students. Everyone from the gender spectrum may join. Confidential and private.
Contact Quinn for more information.
Discuss issues of sexual orientation and gender identity with international and US students in a confidential, supportive group.
Contact Saul for more information.
GQ (Grad Queers)
A social group for queer-identified graduate students and young professionals.
Contact Jacob for more information.
We recognize the complexity that exists in multiple identities and are a conduit for LGBT+ Latino students, faculty, and staff at IU to develop a support system, have fun, and explore opportunities to educate, advocate, and grow.
Contact Danielle with any questions.
Men Like Us
Confidential Peer Support Group for self-identifying GBQ+ and trans men and nonbinary individuals, 18–25. Discuss topics such as coming out, relationships, faith and religion, and current issues.
Contact Shane or Cameron for more information.
National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association
We're here, we're queer, we're under deadline! The NLGJA and its IU chapter provide support, education, and networking for its members as well as resources for all journalists.
Contact Tristan for more information.
Nothing Is Binary
School of Informatics and Computing students, faculty, and staff (as well as their partners and friends) provide a fun and welcoming space for LGBTQA individuals and topics.
Contact Andrew for more information.
Out in STEM support students of gender, sexual, and romantic minorities in STEM, building a space to discuss issues at the intersection of their fields and identities and connect to resources.
Contact Alayna for more information.
Out at Kelley
O@K, the LGBT organization at the Kelley School of Business at IUB, emphasizes community involvement, business trips, and networking opportunities.
Contact Nick for more information.
Fraternities and Sororities
Sigma Phi Beta
The Beta Chapter of Sigma Phi Beta Fraternity offers a safe zone for GBT and allied college men within a heteronormative Greek organization.
Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority
We promote leadership, multiculturalism and self-improvement through academic excellence, involvement in and service to the campus and community.