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LGBTQUGA Involvement

Learn more about LGBTQ and allied student groups at the University of Georgia. 

Lambda Alliance

The mission of Lambda Alliance as a student organization is to support the student LGBTQA community at The University of Georgia through education, outreach, advocacy, inclusivity, community, and racial justice work.

  • Connections 
  • Programs
    • Lambda Alliance hosts a range of social and educational programs throughout the year including a welcome back event, drag shows, and LGBTQ prom.
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Caucuses 
    • Lambda Alliance has a number of caucuses, group space for individuals who share similar identities.
      • GenderClear (Transgender, Genderqueer, Non-Binary, and Gender Non-Conforming Individuals)
      • A-Spec (Asexual and Aromantic Identities)
      • Women Who Love Women
      • Men Who Love Men 
      • Multisexual (Multisexual Identities)

LGBT Resource Center Ambassadors 

The LGBT Resource Center Ambassadors are students who participate in a one-year leadership program centered on equity, justice, and social change. Through this program the LGBTRC Ambassadors develop social and educational programs, serve as peer mentors on campus, and participate in outreach in the campus and Athens community. Students with more than 30 credit hours and/or who are second year UGA students may apply to be a member of the LGBT Resource Center Ambassador. 

  • Programs
    • LGBTRC Ambassadors plan educational and social events such as Sugar Rush (a sweet social in September), Fam(ily) Gathering (a community gathering and dinner in November), and LGBT History Month. 
  • Services 
    • As returning students, LGBT Resource Center Ambassadors are able to chat with new students about the campus and Athens LGBTQ communities, how to adjust to UGA, or simple things like where to find the best food. 

For more information visit LGBT Resource Center Ambassadors


PRISM 

PRISM is a dialogue group for students who identify as LGBTQ people of color. It was developed by the LGBT Resource Center and the Office of Multicultural Services and Programs (MSP) to recognize and address intersections of race, ethnicity, gender, and sexual identity. PRISM is held bi-weekly during the fall and spring semesters. 

For more information visit PRISM


Queeries 

Queeries is student-lead, multi-platform media content group created to open dialogue about the LGBTQ community within the UGA campus. Queeries content is intended to create conversation and space for all including LGBT individuals and allies.

For more information visit Queeries


Graduate Pride 

Graduate Pride is a group for graduate and professional students of The University of Georgia who identify as LGBTQ to build community. The mission of Graduate Pride shall be to build community for, advocate for, and provide support to the LGBT graduate and professional students at the University of Georgia.

  • Connections: 
    • Facebook 

For more information visit Graduate Pride