Keshet is a social organization for both cultural and religious LGBTQ Jewish and Jewishly-identified students. Queer coffee klastches, movie nights, shabbatons, and bagel brunches are just a few of the ways we get to know each other! We give a voice to Jewish issues and individuals in the LGBTQ community, while at the same time giving a voice to LGBTQ issues and individuals in the Jewish community. (Hillel sponsored student group)
NOGLSTP at IU
NOGLSTP at IU is a self-governing regional group affiliate of the National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals, Inc. (NOGLSTP). NOGLSTP was founded in 1980 and is an official affiliate of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). For more information about NOGLSTP, visit http://www.noglstp.org. Everyone is welcome to join. The purpose of NOGLSTP at IU is to encourage and promote an environment for Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) students, faculty, staff, and their partners at Indiana University (especially in the Science departments and S.T.E.M. related fields) that is supportive and inclusive and free from discrimination and bias. (IU registered student group)
OUT @ Kelly
An Organization for LGBT Individuals in the Business School
Out at Kelley serves as the first and only LGBT organization within the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. We emphasize networking opportunities, community involvement, business trips, and community involvement. We ecourage all LGBT students on campus to join. Membership includes, but not limited to, Kelley students, LAMP students, SPEA students, and HPER students. (IU registered Student Group)
OUTlaw is an alliance of students working to promote equal rights and protect against discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender. Our members are straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered.
Outlaw promotes tolerance within the Law School on behalf of the GLBT community. We also work with other student, alumni, and political organizations to advance equal rights. We host legislative leaders, legal scholars, and community activists to foster the gay rights dialogue within the legal community.
We like to show our enthusiasm for diversity by promoting fun and exciting events for our members and the student body. In addition, OUTlaw serves as a support organization for LGBT law students, a resource for professional contacts, and a liaison to the Administration on issues of concern to the GLBT community.
QFS, IU LGBTQ Staff and Faculty Listserv
Welcome to QFS, the lgbtq staff and faculty listserv. QFS is open to all full-time employees at IU, and offers a place for conversation, announcements, organizing, networking, and support. If you have private questions, comments, or concerns about the listserv, please contact email@example.com.
QFS has a supplemental OnCourse project site, to which you will be automatically subscribed. Here you will be able to see the other members of the group (under "Roster"). IF YOU ARE CONCERNED ABOUT PRIVACY, PLEASE MAKE YOURSELF INVISIBLE ON THIS SITE, OR CONTACT QFS TO REMOVE YOU FROM ONCOURSE. We are hoping that OnCourse will offer a place for networking and for continuing conversations begun on the listserv. If an issue elicits a great deal of commentary, we hope the discussion will move to an OnCourse forum -- this allows for a more fluid conversation and limits the number of emails to your inbox.
After subscription to the listserv, you will receive notification that you've been added to the OnCourse site. For more information, see the "OnCourse instructions/tutorial" document in the site's "Resources" section. For questions or concerns regarding thiis site in particular, contact Anna Saraceno at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for subscribing and please spread the word to any colleagues who might be interested in QFS.
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Equality (SAGE)
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Equality (SAGE) is a student organization devoted to advocating for equal rights inclusive of sexual orientation and gender identity. We couple campus education with partnerships on state and national campaigns against discrimination to provide IU students a chance to impact the direction of the ongoing struggle for equal rights.
General member meetings occur twice a month and include a rundown of upcoming group events as well as an in-depth roundtable discussion on a specific topic (previous topics have included the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, marriage equality around the U.S., etc).
SAGE recognizes that movements for social justice are interconnected. We strive to build meaningful alliances with other campus and community groups. (IU registered Student group)
GLBTSSS Office Sponsored Student Groups
Sigma Phi Beta
The Beta Chapter of Sigma Phi Beta Fraternity first colonized at Indiana University in the Fall of 2010. We offer a safe-zone for gay, transgendered, and allied college men within a heteronormative Greek organization.
The Beta Chapter at IU is committed to community service in Bloomington and throughout Indiana. Members are encouraged to complete at least 15 hours of community service each semester so they can ensure they are making a positive impact on their community. The Beta Chapter has worked with several organizations around Bloomington to accomplish this.
Every semester each brother completes on average 15 hours of volunteer work in addition to various fundraisers. Here at IU we are committed to raising at the least $1000 per semester for various charities across Bloomington.
The members of the Beta Chapter have grown very close as they have grown the chapter from interest group to colony, and finally to chapter status. This close-knit group of brothers provides a strong support network for members and will set a great example for future pledge classes.
Rainbow Cycling is a Little 500 team dedicated to celebrating diversity and creating positive racing experiences for both men and women. Any individual interested in competing in Little 500 or training for cycling in a GLBT-friendly atmosphere is welcome to participate in team training rides and other events.
All group descriptions available at http://indiana.edu/~glbt/campus-groups/