LGBTQIA+ Resources

Washington University in Saint Louis offers a host of involvement opportu­nities and campus resources targeted to the needs of LGBT students, faculty and staff. As one of a few institutions in North America to receive a per­fect 5 out of 5 stars from the Campus Climate Equality Index, Washington University offers comprehensive domestic partnership benefits to employees, gender variant inclusive health services, and a non-discrimination policy that recognizes both sexual orientation and gender identity.


LGBTQIA Campus Life
Through social programming, student group advising, leadership develop­ment, and campus trainings, the coordinator supports the vibrant LGBT com­munity on campus. 314-935-9255, Danforth University Center, 1st Floor.


An online clearinghouse for events, resources, and organizations with an LGBT focus. Visitors can sign up for the electronic OUT there newslet­ter. The website also offers contact information for LGBT graduate student organizations.


OUTgrads [University-wide]
OutGrads is the all-university LGBT graduate and professional student orga­nization. Our mission is to foster a welcoming educational and social envi­ronment for LGBTQIA students and allies at our university.


OUTLAW (School of Law)
OUTLAW is an educational, political, and social alliance of law students interested in working with Washington University and the surrounding com­munity towards fostering and maintaining an environment that is supportive, positive, and safe for individuals of sexual and gender diversity. In striving for a greater understanding of sexuality and gender issues at the law school and within the affiliated communities, OUTLAW aims at addressing the legal issues associated with sexual and gender diversity and provides resources and support for social activism.


OUTLOOK (George Warren Brown School of Social Work)
Outlook is a group for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) students and straight allies. Outlook's mission is to support LGBT students and to foster awareness and understanding of LGBT issues at the school, and in the larger community. Contact the Office of Student Activities.


LGBT Health Interest Group (School of Medicine)
The LGBT Health Interest Group provides educational and social program­ming for students on the Medical School campus.