LGBTQIA+ Organizations

LGBTQIA+ Organizations

Temple's campus have three distinct queer organizations registered through the Office of Student Activities that foster an intersectional approach for members of the LGBTQIA+ community.

These organizations provide a wide range of student advocacy, programs, and dialogues to enhance the inclusiveness of gender and sexuality on the campus.

Queer Student Union (QSU)

Formerly known as Common Ground, QSU is the oldest registered queer student organization at Temple University. QSU is dedicated to creating a safe environment on campus for all LGBTQIA+ students.

For additional information about this organization, the executive board can be contacted via the information below:

Queer People of Color (QPOC)

QPoC was formed in 2014 as a collective by several queer persons of color that wanted to expand the focus of gender and sexuality to be more intentional in discussing issues involving race, ethnicity, etc.

For additional information about this organization, the executive board can be contacted via the information below:

Students for Trans Awareness and Rights (STAR)

STAR was formed as an official registered student organization in 2016-2016 as an entity to discuss issues involving trans* identity, rights, as well as to have other educational dialogues.

For additional information about this organization, the executive board can be contacted via the information below:

  • Email
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Instagram