Common Ground is an LGBTQA+ student group that welcomes individuals of any identity. The group is aimed at education and advocacy on campus and for the surrounding communities, as well as providing a fun, friendly, and safe place for LGBTQA+ students to meet and gather.
Meetings: Wednesdays at 4:30p in SU 102
Contact: Anna Burt
Lavender Society is an alliance of WLW ("Women Loving Women") and NBLW ("Non-Binary Loving Women") that work together to make a stronger community for Lesbians, Bisexuals, Pansexuals, etc.
Meetings: Tuesdays at 5:30p in SU 102
Contact: Anna Wagner
The Gender Initiative (T.G.I.)
The Gender Initiative (TGI) is wrapped around two missions. First, to increase the visibility of Trans and/or Gender Non-Conforming students on Northern Kentucky's campus. Second, to provide a safe place for those individuals to network.
TGI is in search of student leaders to rebuild and activate this organization. To get involved, contact the TGI Faculty Advisors: Dr. Aimee Krug.
Meetings: Email firstname.lastname@example.org for meeting information
Colors of Pride
Colors of Pride is a student initiated, collaborative effort to support & improve campus climate for LGBTQQPIA persons of color and minority status through intentional educational programming and other awareness raising efforts. Our mission is to bring awareness of diversity within the LGBTQQPIA & GRSM (Gender, Romantic, and Sexual Minorities) community as well as to build allies throughout campus and the community among all minority groups, creating a greater sense of solidarity and a greater appreciation for diversity.
Friends of Dorothy
Friends of Dorothy is a safe space for queer men and masculine-aligned people attracted to men. The group works to build a strong community in support of this safe space. Friends of Dorothy is open to gay, bi-sexual, pansexual, transgender, queer, nonbinary, and/or masculine-aligned people, regardless of whether the are out.
Meetings: Tuesdays at 7:00p in UC 414
Contact: Ray Archer
This confidential group is for those who are currently exploring their gender or sexual identity, and/or for those who are navigating the coming out process. If you are interested in attending, please email LGBTQA+ Student Initiatives with days and times that are best for you.