Student Organizations

The list below includes student organizations & clubs with an LGBTQIA+ focus.
Check out all student orgs on RamLink.

BAPPQ

BAPPQ is an organization aimed towards students of the "middle" orientations (i.e. Bi, Aro/Ace, Pan, Poly, and Queer among others). We meet once a week to talk about current issues facing the LGBTQ+ community. We use this time to not only look at the world around us, but also to focus on changing the narrative surrounding the community and to meet people to share our stories with. We encourage open and respectful discussion and love hearing the diverse opinions of people in our community. All are welcome!

Spring Semester Meetings: Every other Monday at 4 PM in Pride | Contact: bappq.csu@gmail.com |  Instagram: @bappq_colostate

Drag House of Ovis

This new group is looking to make a legendary drag club at CSU. In the club we focus on learning about gender expression, makeup basics, apparel basics, history of Queens and Kings and other Royals who paved the way for our rights and more. Contact us if you'd like to help create a space for present and future rams to explore identity, learn about deities of drag and help plan the CSU drag show.

Spring Semester Meetings: Every Monday at 6 PM in Pride | Contact: csudraghouseofovis@gmail.com 

GIGLE

GIGLE (Gender Identity Group for Learning & Expression) is a place to meet and learn about trans, non-binary and other gender diverse folx around CSU. This group hosts casual community get-togethers, study groups, fun outings, and educational outreach events every other week.

Discord: https://discord.gg/D46jZZs5 | Contact: GIGLEcsu@gmail.com

GRADUATE QTs

A social, professional, and support group for (LBGTQ+ and Ally) graduate students. Designed as a place for queer- and trans-identifying graduate students to build community together.

Spring Semester Meetings: Tuesdays at 4:30 PM in Pride | Contact: GRAD_QTs_Info@mail.colostate.edu

Orgullo

A group interested in creating and building community for Latine folx at CSU.

Spring Semester Meetings: Thursdays 7 - 8 PM in Pride | Contact: rociocontreras1612@gmail.com 

OSTEM

oSTEM (Out in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) empowers LGBTQ people in STEM to succeed personally, academically, and professionally by cultivating environments and communities that nurture innovation, leadership, and advocacy. As a chapter of the national organization, we will uphold and continue its mission. In addition, being a student organization on the campus of Colorado State University, we will uphold the Principles of Community.

Contact: colostate@chapters.ostem.org | Instagram: @csu_ostem

Over the Rainbow

Over the Rainbow a new social group for older LGBTQIA+ students, such as folx who are older than traditional aged college students, have children or have taken on caregiving responsibilities, or who are returning to school after time spent in the workforce. OTR meets on the first Friday of each month for low-pressure time to connect.

Spring Semester Meetings: First Friday of the month, 10:30 -11:30 A at Sweet Temptations Coffee in the Behavioral Sciences Building | Contact: ali.owens@colostate.edu 

Queer Umbrella

 A comprehensive student and employee community-building initiative in which students share equal leadership and decision-making roles with employees. The Queer Umbrella seeks to enhance the well-being of LGBTQIA+ individuals across the School of Social Work through peer support and advocacy. The Queer Umbrella is composed of the two following programs:

Pride is Action: A queer and allied social action group in which students and employees work in collaboration on equity-building initiatives within the CSU community and at large.

Queer Peers: A peer-based program which equitably promotes and supports the creation of belonging, connection, and community for queer-identified students and employees. 

While hosted through the School of Social Work, this group is open to all!

Contact: sarah.fizer@colostate.edu 

If you have any questions, would like to see your organization added to this list, or would like to start a group of your own, please email pride_rc@mail.colostate.edu.