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Student Groups

If there is a student organization on campus that should be added to this list, please tell us!

College Feminists

College Feminists aims to increase the consciousness and awareness of the campus community on topics related to gender equality, equal rights, and sexual health.

Pride Network 
Pride Network's mission is to provide and support an open and secure environment to discuss issues of sexuality and identity, provide information and resources concerning sexuality to all University members, and provide social and academic activities that are in compliance to the University of Rochester Students' Association.

Undergraduate Council for Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies
UCGWS aims to supprt students doing work in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Department (SBAI) by continuing the discussion of Gender, Sexuality, Women's Studies outside of the classroom.

The SPECTRUM group at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) seeks to support, educate, and offer targeted resources to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community training at URMC. Members include nursing students, URMC graduate students, medical residents, dental residents, and medical students.

SPECTRUM’s aim to equip them with the knowledge, experience, and professional development necessary to be leaders within the medical community and advocates for LGBT health equality.

Email Colleen Raimond at to be added to the SPECTRUM list-serv.

Simon Spectrum
Simon Spectrum is the club for LGBTQ students and allies of Simon Business School.
The name Spectrum means embracing the gradient. The group meets every week on Monday, from 12PM to 12:45PM in Simon Business School – Room Gleason 119. Their vision is to build an inclusive community and safe space, allowing members to blossom in both their personal and professional identities, provide the Simon Family with access to proper and relevant education surrounding LGBT+ issues as related to the workplace, and engage with the local LGBT+ community through volunteerism and philanthropy. Contact info:

Queer Students of Color Discussion Group
Hosted by the Douglass Leadership House and the Burgett Intercultural Center. Be in touch with with questions.

TINT (Transgender, Intersex, Non-Binary, and Two Spirit) is an informal social group for trans, gender non-conforming, and questioning U of R students. Email for details about weekly meetings.

Simon GSA
LGBT MBAs at the Simon School of Business seeks to function as a resource to develop, inform, support, and enrich an LGBT community on campus. Simon GSA organizes and promotes a variety of social and professional activities with the aim of building a strong network of future business leaders, while also serving as an educational resource to the greater Simon community. Contact: