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Student Organizations

Student organizations are at the core of a vibrant student life. Student organizations offer opportunities for leadership, community-based education, and socializing, too. Here is a list of our current organizations on campus. Please contact us if you have any questions about starting your own!

EngiPRIDE

EngiPRIDE is a student organization built around representation of LGBTQIA+ engineering students. This will serve as a way for students to connect and collaborate over their college experience with other members and supporters of community.  P lease contact cwn0002@mix.wvu.edu  for more information.

oSTEM

An LGBTQ+ affirming organization that aims to provide services and support for students in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics.

oSTEM

OUTLaw

OUTLaw is the WVU College of Law’s LGBT student advocacy organization.  It serves to foster open communication and networking between gay and straight communities while educating students on gay rights issues. OUTLaw annually hosts renowned guest speakers on LGBT issues.  Contact Faculty Advisor:  Jennifer.Powell@mail.wvu.edu  -  Phone (304) 293-8555

Visit OUTLaw

Rainbow International

A student organization focused on increasing visibility of international LGBTQ+ issues.

Rainbow International

SHAPE - Student Healthcare Alliance for Promoting Equality 

SHAPE is a multi-purpose student organization that aims to spread awareness to both medical students and the medical community at large of the unique concerns regarding the LGBTQA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, allies, and asexual) community from the perspectives of both LGBTQA physicians and patients. SHAPE also serves the purpose of providing a safe zone for LGBTQA individuals, a friendly and non-judgmental environment, encouragement and mentorship to peers, learning opportunities on issues concerning LGBTQA in medicine, community outreach and activism, and opportunities to network with the community and future colleagues.

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Speaker's Bureau

A way to share your experiences as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community and to meet with other students to learn how they approach LGBTQA+ community education.

Speaker’s Bureau

Spectrum

Spectrum supports LGBTQ students and allies by providing community, social support, programming, and opportunities to participate in campus/ community activism.

Visit Spectrum