These are student-led and organized groups that meet on campus serving the diverse needs of the GLBTQIA campus population. Please double-check with the groups below for meeting times over summer.
All groups meet in the GLBTQRC (C4C N450) unless otherwise noted.
5:30PM >> QWIC (UMC 416, Every other Monday starting Sep. 9th, group outings posted here)
5:00PM >> Out and Faithful: Queer Spirituality (every 4th Tuesday of each month)
6:00PM >> Kaleidoscope
7:00PM >> CU GLBTQA Business Students Alliance (in KOBL S130)
8:00PM >> Queer Initiative
6:30PM >> LGBTQA Jewish Student Union (C4C S341)
8:00PM >> Gay-Straight Alliance (in C4C S350)
||6:30PM >> Biphoria|
7:00PM >> SAGE (in ECCR 155)
7:00PM >> QTPOC (C4C N450)
Ahooray! (Aromantic/Asexual Student Society)
Ahooray! is a group for aromantic/asexual people and their allies. This group strives to foster community, discussion, outreach, and safe space. All meetings are open to allies unless otherwise noted.
Biphoria is a group for people who identify as bisexual, pansexual, queer, fluid and their allies! The goal of this group is to create a community to provide support, address bisexual stereotypes and the "perpetual closet," increase bisexual visibility and foster friendships.
Coming Out Faithful: at 1041 Grandview Ave.
Website | Hosted by: PRISM
COF is a safe space for GLBTQ persons of any faith to discuss their faith journey and faith questions around sexuality and spirituality. We let our community members and guests draw their own conclusions. We do not intend to re-write religious doctrine or create a new doctrine for ministry to GLBTQ people. But we hope to give a perspective on the diversity of views that exist, and create a positive, accepting faith community for GLBTQ people to continue to lead a spiritual life without fear and shame over sexuality.
Website | Facebook Group | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the CU Gay-Straight Alliance is to fight homophobia/transphobia on campus and in the larger community by raising awareness, advocating for equal rights, and creating social opportunities for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex individuals, and their allies.
CU GLBT Business Student Alliance
Website | Facebook Group | Email: email@example.com
The mission of CU GLBTQA Business Students Alliance is to educate university students, faculty, and staff regarding sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression in the workforce and the proper treatment therein. Additionally the CU GBLA strives to provide the necessary resources, tools, and support for each student to act professionally in the business world while being an openly GLBTQ individual.
CU GBSA hosts several events throughout the year such as panel discussions and resume workshops.
Additionally, CU GBSA works to increase Safe Zone Training to faculty and staff in the Leeds School of Business.
CU GBSA is not limited to people who identify as GLBTQ but is open to allies, who are integral to our group and its future. GLBTQ issues affect everyone regardless of how one identifies.
GraduOUT: Graduate Student Network
A social support network for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer graduate students and allies.
Kaleidoscope, formerly known as Gather, is a support group and safe space for GLBTQIA+ students at CU-Boulder. We offer a confidential support group open to anyone and everyone, as well as monthly movie nights and study sessions to enjoy a social and productive atmosphere.
LGBTQA Jewish Student Union
This group is a social network for people who identify with being Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Allies who are Jewish Affiliated. This group will focus on conversations, current events, and Jewish themes in an LGBTQA context.
Website | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
OUTlaw provides professional, social, and academic support for GLBTQ law students and their straight allies. The group also tries to help students who are interested in working with GLBT law to explore their career options. People of all genders, sexual and political orientations are welcome.
QTPOC, Queer & Trans People of Color
Queer & Trans People of Color strives to create a safe space for queer and trans people of color and allies through providing a forum for open dialogues on intersectional issues of race, gender, sexuality and more.
QWIC, Queer Women in Community
Ae you a queer woman looking for community on campus? QWIC is a social gathering for all ages that meets in the Women's Resource Center. Join us for food, conversation, and fun!
SAGE, Student Alliance of GLBT Engineers
Website | Email: email@example.com
The mission of SAGE is to provide networking, professional development, and social activities for undergraduate and graduate LGBTQ and ally students in the fields of engineering science, technology, and mathematics. The mission of SAGE is to provide networking, professional development, and social activities for undergraduate and graduate LGBTQ and ally students in the fields of engineering science, technology, and mathematics. If you are looking to network with other LGBTQ engineers, learn about companies that value LGBTQ engineers in the workplace, meet and socialize with like-minded individuals, and/or partake in the wider LGBTQ movement on campus, then come check us out!
Inactive Student Groups
While many GLBTQIA student groups of the past no longer meet, many have been brought back or otherwise replaced by similar groups. The groups listed below don't have any currently meeting equivalents, but do have established guidelines in which they can be brought back.
Delta Lambda Phi National Social Fraternity
Chapter Website | National Website | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Delta Lambda Phi is a national fraternity for gay, bisexual, and progressive gentleman. DLP's mission is to enhance the quality of life among gay, bisexual, and progressive men by providing dignified and purposeful social, service and recreational activities.
If you are interested in becoming involved in Delta Lambda Phi, contact the national office at the above email for information on rechartering the Beta Eta chapter.