Members of the LGBTQA community are some of the strongest leaders on our campus.
Visit this page to find out about the many opportunities offered for students to create a name
for themselves.Bridges Speakers Bureau is a program offered through the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Education & Suport Services Program in the Office of the Dean of Students. Through open and honest dialogues facilitated by Bridges, we hope to educate people about the truths and diversity surrounding the lives of LGBT folks and promote social change in the hopes of creating a society free of gender bias, homophobia, and other forms of prejudice. To be on Bridges you must complete an initial training and attend at least one panel. If you are interested in more information about being a Bridges panelist or hosting a Bridges panel in your class, organization, or other meeting, please fill out our Bridges Request Form.
With over 250 student organizations on the University of Oregon campus, there is a way for
every student to get involved. This page details the specific LGBTQA organizations and how
to get involved.
The LGBTQA-community is a busy and active community on campus. Learn more about the many
different programs we plan each year to keep the spirit alive.
Students are busy people and they need time to unwind. That is why individuals in the LGBTQA
community have created several different social groups where members can come together to chat, hang
out, relax, and find support from their peers.
Find out more about the Oregon Pride, the University of Oregon's LGBTQA Alumni Group.