Check out all the ways you can get involved in LGBTQ campus life at UCLA:
Graduate LGBTQ Student Organizations
Out@UCLA Graduate Students
Umbrella network for queer graduate students to meet one another.
Out@Anderson (Anderson School of Management)
Serves as a network for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students at The Anderson School at UCLA, providing opportunities for social interaction as well as career development.
OUTlaw (School of Law)
OUTLaw is a community of LGBTQI law students at UCLA School of Law. It strives to build a community of LGBTQI individuals at the law school while also engaging in educational outreach, political activism, and public service.
Email contact: email@example.com
MedGLO (David Geffen School of Medicine)
The social and support network for UCLA medical students and faculty who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or questioning.
Queers in STEM is an organization for LGBTQ+ graduate and undergraduate students in STEM-fields at UCLA. The goal of the organization is promoting inclusivity and empowering people who are not as comfortable being open toward their colleagues.
Library & Archive OUTreach (Graduate School of Education and Information Studies)
Library & Archive OUTReach is a student organization in the Department of Information Studies committed to serving the information needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) professional library and archival community at UCLA, and the LGBT information and access needs of UCLA students and individuals at large.
Website: www. polaris.gseis.ucla.edu/liboutreach
Luskin PRIDE serves to encourage education, social justice, and activism around issues affecting the LGBTQI community. The student organization also exists to provide a welcoming and inclusive community for LGBTQI students and allies in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.
Queers for Public Health (Jonathan and Karin Fielding School of Public Health)
Queers for Public Health (QPH) aims to build and support a queer community with presence in the School of Public Health and broader health science campus through educational events, social networking, and collaboration with other students, faculty, and staff.