Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans Queer Alliance
The University of Oregon LGBTQA (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans Queer Alliance) is a completely student-run organization. We organize around lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, intersex and trans issues. Volunteers have kept the LGBTQA going for over 4 decades and we always need more! Please join if you are interested in learning more about the LGBTQA or are interested in connecting with other LGBTQA members and UO students.
General Interest Meetings are Tuesdays, 7pm, LGBTQA Suite 34, EMU.
Visit our Facebook page at: UO LGBTQA
Interested in organizing a discussion group, suggesting a new event, a volunteering? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
OUTLAWs are law students committed to promoting awareness, education, support and appreciation for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer legal issues and civil rights. We welcome everyone who is dedicated to our mission of furthering LGBTQ rights, regardless of age, sex, religion, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. Learn more about us on OrgSync: https://orgsync.com/74296/chapter
The OUTLAWs have created a great video as part of the "It Get's Better" Campaign. Check it out here!
Contact the OUTLaws: email@example.com
SAPPHO is a safe space for queer/trans/bi/lesbian women to
meet, laugh, share, and build community together. We discuss personal life
stories, current events, watch movies, have potlucks, and build friendships
together. Come with topics to discuss or stories to share, or you are more than
welcome to join our circle and listen in.
We meet Wednesdays from 6-7 at the Wesley Center
For more information contact Libby
The purpose and objective for Theta Pi
Sigma is to strengthen Greek Life at the University of Oregon by
providing a vehicle for positive leadership, change, and growth in the
queer and trans* communities. We are accepting of all individuals, and
it is our intention to provide further opportunity to obtain a
well-rounded educational experience by offering leadership skills and
the exposure needed to succeed financially, academically, socially, and