Campus Groups and Resource Centers
Nazareth Lambda Association celebrates diversity and aims to provide resource information about and support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. We envision a campus community that embraces everyone, including persons of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities. Lambda welcomes the participation and support of all, including our straight allies, who share in and hope to realize this mission.
We hope and believe that our group will continue to grow and develop over the years, helping Nazareth become even more inclusive, welcoming, and safe for the LGBTQ community. All students with open minds are invited to join the Lambda Association.
Spectrum is an organization that focuses on the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and allied individuals at the Rochester Institute of Technology / National Technical Institute for the Deaf. We host various community services. We work in conjunction with RITGA, RIT, and the Gay Alliance. We want to spread the word about our group for as much support as possible.
The RIT Gay Alliance or “ritGA” is a student-run organization that aims to foster awareness, support and advocacy for the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and GLBT-friendly heterosexual community at RIT and in surrounding Rochester. The organization accomplishes some of these goals by hosting speakers, fundraisers, and festivities, including National Coming Out Week (NCOW), the Annual Drag Show, screenings of Rocky Horror Picture Show and fun-filled, all-night “lock-ins” in the SAU that feature movies, games and free food. Furthermore, ritGA’s weekly meetings which usually occur every Wednesday at 9pm in the SAU during the Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters are open to all past and present members of the RIT community, including students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
The mission of Fisher’s Gay Straight Alliance is to promote and celebrate the various forms of diversity by fostering understanding and tolerance with particular regard and sensitivity to issues of sexuality, sexual orientation, gender identity, and concerns of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer community in the world, specifically as it pertains to student life at St. John Fisher College.
Student club for LGBT students and allies.
Pride now meets at 7:30pm on
Tuesdays in room 319 of the Student Union.