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 the summer.
A group to provide community, support, and education about asexual and aromantic identities. All are welcome!
Meetings: 3rd Friday of every month @ 6pm in the GSC
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.
Meetings: Tuesdays at 6:30pm in C4C 350
This group was specifically created to help build a community and provide support for trans students.
Meetings: Wednesdays at 6pm in the GSC
Boulder Trans and Genderqueer Support Group offers support meetings and social fun for people of all ages who identify as transgender and/or identify anywhere within the gender variant spectrum/sphere/torus.
Thursdays @ 7pm at Out Boulder, 2132 14th St. Boulder, CO 80302
A weekly support group dedicated to providing a safe space for LGBTQIA questioning or identifying individuals looking for support as they navigate the coming out process to friends and family.
Meeting: Wednesdays @ 6:30pm, OUT Boudler 2132 14th St., Boulder.
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.
Meetings: Wednesdays at 8pm, C4C N350
A safe space/social group for LGBTQ+ international students to discuss their identity and explore gender and sexuality and their social perspectives outside of the U.S. LGBTQ+ community.
Meetings: Every other Tuesday in C4C S341 6-7pm
An all inclusive group that aims to bridge the gap between the queer community and faith. We are a group of students who reject the idea that LGBTQ+ identites and religious life are mutually exclusive, and come together to share and celebrate our faiths and how they interact with the rest of our identities. No matter who you are, or where you are with your faith and sexuality, you are welcome!
Contact Carina for meetings!
The misson of oSTEM is to provide netowrking, professional developmet, and social activities for undergraduate and graduate LGBTQ and allied students in the fields of engineering, science, technology, and math.
Meetings: Mondays @ 7pm in the BOLD Center
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.
We are a welcoming ministry for undergraduate and graduate students. We meet weekly to connect to our inherent worth and dignity, each other, marginalised people, the Earth, and the Spirit of Life. We support our spiritual paths and act for justice.
Meetings: Mondays @ 6pm UMC 425
Come join us for discussions around non-monogamous relationships! All are welcome.
Meetings: Every 2nd & 4th Thursday of the month @ 5:15pm in the GSC
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.
Meetings: Tuesdays@ 7:30pm in the GSC
Email: email@example.com, www.colorado.edu/wrc
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!
Meetings: 2nd Monday of every month @ 5:30pm in UMC 416.
While many GLBTQIA student groups of the past no longer meet, many have been brough back or otherwise replaced by similar groups. The groups listed below don't have any curent meeting equivalents, but do have established guidelines in which they can be brought back.