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Membership in registered student organizations shall be open to all students of The University of Alabama without regard to race, religion, sex, ability, status, national origin, age, gender identity, gender expression, sexual identity, or veteran status except in cases of designated fraternal organizations exempted by federal law from Title IX regulations concerning discrimination on the basis of sex.
Culverhouse Out for Business
The purpose of this association is to promote LGBTQ+ professional development in the Culverhouse business school. The organization works to connect Culverhouse LGBTQ+ students to inclusive and supportive employers; provide an opportunity for LBGTQ+ students and allies to build their professional network; and notify students about diversity-related events and initiatives both on and off campus.
Gradient is UA’s student organization for LGBTQIA+ graduate, non-traditional, and professional students and their allies. It seeks to provide community, support, and advocacy for LGBTQIA+ identified individuals.
Out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (oSTEM)
oSTEM is a student organization focused on creating a positive and supportive professional and educational environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, asexual, queer, questioning, and ally students that are in STEM fields at UA; to promote diversity and provide diversity training in professional environments; and to aid students in finding and navigating a diverse professional and educational environment.
OUTLaw is an organization of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual and ally members of The University of Alabama Law School community. Its goals are to provide a community and social network for LGBTQIA-identified people within the Law School, to provide opportunities and connections for member of the Law School community who are interested in LGBTQIA+ rights, to bring the Law School community’s attention to issues of special concern to the LGBT community, and to serve as a bridge between Alabama students, law school alumni, and the legal profession at large.
Queer Student Association
The purpose of this organization is to advocate for and advance the agenda of the LGBTQIA+ community within the State of Alabama, and The University of Alabama by serving as a medium between the LGBTQIA+ community and allies to university administration. The group’s goal is to foster understanding and education within the university and surrounding communities of LGBTQIA+ individuals and preventing discrimination against them.