The University of Missouri has over 750 Student organizations, many of which relate to LGBTQ Identities and issues! We’ve collected those organizations whose purpose relates to the mission of the LGBTQ Resource Center. If you do not see your org listed and would like to, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on student organizations, please visit the Organization Resource Group.
MU LGBTQ Resource Center
Triangle Coalition–TriCo–is Mizzou’s longest standing LGBTQIA student organization. Build community, meet friends, make change, educate our campus, jump in (or avoid altogether) glitter explosions, dance (or not), play games (or don’t), eat ice cream (or sorbet), plan events, attend programming, travel to student conferences, join the leadership, HAVE FUN! TriCo is what you and your fellow students want it to be. Get involved!
If you have questions or would like to join the TriCo listserv, please email email@example.com.
Every Tuesday @ 6pm
MU LGBTQ Resource Center
The purpose of the Queer Trans People of Color is to create a safe, supportive and inspiring space for queer and trans people of color. QTPOC is for those who feel an extra strain for being both LGBTQ and a person of color. Our goal is not only to support the individuals who find themselves at the mentioned intersection of identities but also to educate our campus and communities on the struggles and experiences we encounter.
We are in no way an exclusive group: people not a part of the LGBTQ community or of color are more than welcome to be a part of our community.
Meetings consist of community building; being our honest, true and beautiful selves in a safe and respectful space; and event programming and planning for how to educate our campus and communities.
To get more info, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closed Meetings @7pm every Thursday
Fluidity is Mizzou’s transgender student organization. It is a weekly discussion group to discuss gender identity and expression: issues, questions, and topics in our culture and around our campus. The goal of Fluidity is to create a safe and supportive community for transgender students on campus. Closed meetings are for those who are trans, gender non-conforming, or questioning. Open meetings are for everyone, trans individuals and allies alike, to come learn about issues facing the transgender community and how to be an ally.
If you have questions or would like to join the Fluidity email, please contact email@example.com.
OUTGrads is the graduate and professional student organization here at Mizzou. To join the listserv, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
From happy hours to laser tag, we focus on building community in the graduate and professional student population. We are still a relatively new organization and open to ideas and membership. Join us and help make all corners of Mizzou a safe, supportive, and fun place for all members of the LGBTQIA community.
Weekly meetings for the fall 2016 semester are at 6 p.m. on Wednesdays in Walter Williams 245.
The Missouri School of Journalism’s Queer Media Association hosts speakers, professional development events and social activities for aspiring LGBTQ journalists and allies. In the past, we’ve hosted a People magazine journalist to discuss trans coverage in the news media; have hosted a screening of an LGBTQ film during the annual True/False Film Festival; and have brought in a New York Times best-selling author to discuss writing tips.
For information on upcoming events, please visit our Facebook or Twitter pages.
Greek Allies works specifically within the Fraternity and Sorority community here at MU. Focusing on the core values of each chapter and organization, especially on their commitment to brotherhood or sisterhood, Greek Allies finds allies to the LGBTQ community in each chapter to educate the community, and to empower those members of the community who are both Queer and Greek. Greek Allies stands to educate and foster a positive environment, moving beyond tolerance to active support.
Membership is open and welcoming. Join us and help make all of Mizzou a safe and welcoming environment for all.
To get more info on our organization, please email email@example.com
MizzouMed Pride is the official student organization for LGBTQ and Ally folks at MU’s Med School. We focus on educating and collaborating within the medical community to make sure that the health needs of LGBTQ individuals are taught in our school, and met in our community.
- Supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and allied law students at the University of Missouri by encouraging personal and academic development;
- Educating the law school community by providing opportunities to increase awareness and understanding of the lesbian, gay and bisexual community and the legal issues that affect it; and
- Building and maintaining relationships with gay and gay-sensitive employers by providing a network for students seeking employment in an open environment and for employers seeking a diverse workplace.
We invite all members of the Law School, and even people from outside the Law School, to join us for our events. Law students are welcome to join our organization as well for a nominal membership fee. All are welcome, without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, religious beliefs, or veteran status. All we ask is that you support our mission in transforming society into a more open and accepting place for all people, regardless of sexual orientation.
The purpose of Aces & Aros is to create a brave, supportive, and inspiring space for asexual and aromantic people. Aces & Aros is for those who feel an extra strain for being marginalized within the LGBTQ community. Our goal is not only to support the individuals who find themselves at the mentioned intersection of identities but also to educate our campus and communities on the struggles and experiences we encounter.
Broad Spectrum is the veterinary school’s chapter of the National Broad Spectrum Veterinary Student Association. The organization aims to promote diversity within the veterinary profession while also promoting mental and physical wellness among students and faculty. Although Broad Spectrum is focused on LGBTQ issues, Broad Spectrum partners with other diversity organizations in the veterinary school to promote inclusiveness for all. Broad Spectrum is open to working with organizations outside of the veterinary school to improve the lives of members of the LGBT community.
MIZ-OUT is the University of Missouri’s organization for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer staff and faculty!
MIZ-OUT has a monthly social on the third Friday of each month at The Vault, located underneath the Tiger Hotel.
To sign up for the MIZ-OUT listserv and to receive updates about events contact Sean Olmstead at Olmsteads@missouri.edu