LGBTQIA+ Campus Organizations

Capstone Alliance

Capstone Alliance is the campus organization for individuals of the campus community, including LGBTQIA+ faculty, staff and graduate students and their allies. Established in 2007, Capstone Alliance works to build community, conduct outreach and pursue advocacy in support of the LGBTQIA+ community. For more information about Capstone Alliance, visit the Capstone Alliance website, the Capstone Alliance Facebook page, or email them at

Queer Student Association

The Queer Student Association serves as a medium between the LGBTQIA+ community and allies to university administration. The organization’s goal is to foster understanding and education within the university and surrounding communities of LGBTQIA+ individuals and preventing discrimination against them. Vist the Queer Student Association website or email them at Queer Student Association can also be found on Facebook.


GRADient is a student organization for graduate students, including LGBTQIA+ students and their allies. GRADient provides community events and advocacy for LGBTQIA+ graduate students. For more information about GRADient, visit the GRADient website or email them at GRADient can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

oSTEM (Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)

oSTEM is a student organization focused on creating a positive and supportive professional and educational environment for students, including LGBTQ+ people and ally students that are in STEM fields at UA. For more information, visit the international oSTEM website or email


OUTLaw seeks to provide a community and social network for LGBTQIA-identified and allied 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. For more information, visit the OutLaw webpage or email