ResourcesBelow are LGBTQ+ resources organized by focus and region.
- IUPUI and IU Resources
Offices and Centers
Adaptive Educational Services - Provides appropriate accommodations to assist students with documented academic difficulties.
Office of Equal Opportunity - The Office of Equal Opportunity addresses concerns of equity, discrimination and harassment.
Student Advocate - This office helps students solve problems by offering objective consultation, promoting self-advocacy and providing information on campus and community resources.
Office for Women - Offers the Empowering Women Mentoring program, the Women’s Leadership Awards, and promotes programming, education and research that builds an inclusive climate where women can succeed.
Behavioral Consultation Team - The Behavioral Consultation Team provides consultation, makes recommendations for action, and coordinates campus resources in response to reports of disruptive or concerning behavior displayed by students, staff or faculty.
Paw's Pantry - Food pantry for IUPUI students, faculty and staff. Anyone with a JagTag or CrimsonCard can come on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10am-6pm and get canned goods, fresh and frozen produce and baked goods.
Office of Student Conduct - Handles cases of misconduct by students through a fair and informal disciplinary process. This includes substance abuse issues, disruptive behavior, sexual/physical violence and academic integrity concerns.
Multicultural Center - The MC provides an array of programs and services to enhance the value of diversity at IUPUI and the surrounding community. They house the African Student Association, the Asian Student Union, the Black Student Union, the Filipino Student Association, the Latino Student Association, the LGBTQ Student Alliance and the Native American Student Alliance.
Counseling and Psychological Services - CAPS provides testing, medication management, group counseling (free) and individual counseling. Students get 6 free sessions of individual counseling, sessions after that are $10.
The IU Employee Assitance Program (IUEAP) is a counseling service provided for full-time Academic and Staff employees, IU Residents, and eligible Graduate Appointees and Fellowship Recipients. Covered individuals also include household members.
Health and Wellness Promotion - Health promotion serves the core mission of higher education by supporting students and creating healthy and safe learning environments. Free monthly HIV/STD testing as well as a Condom Club program.
Qmmunity is a gender-inclusive Residential Based Learning Community that is open to any student who has respect for and an understanding of all gender identifies and sexualities. The community's purpose is to provide a safe space for our LGBTQ+ student community at IUPUI. Qmmunity welcomes all students. Qmmunity is located in North Hall.
LGBTQ Student Alliance - The LGBTQ Student Alliance is a student organization supported through the Multicultural Center. The LGBTQ Student Alliance has an office in the Multicultural Center's United Suites on the first floor of Taylor Hall. The LGBTQ Student Alliance meets weekly on Mondays at 6pm in UC 101 and alternates between educational and social meetings. They host the annual IUPUI Harvey Milk Dinner.
LGBTQ+ Faculty Staff Council - The LGBTQ+ Faculty and Staff Council is a faculty and staff affinity council supported by the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. They have meetings throughout the school year and host multiple socials for staff a semester.
Lambda Law Society - An LGBTQ student organization in the IU McKinney School of Law.
Alliance at IU School of Medicine - An LGBTQ student organization in the IU School of Medicine.
- LGBT Broad Resources
Indiana Youth Group - Indiana Youth Group (IYG) provides safe places and confidential environments where self-identified lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth are empowered through programs, support services, social and leadership opportunities and community service. IYG advocates on their behalf in schools, in the community, and through family support services.
Indy Pride, Inc. - Best known for the yearly Circle City IN Pride Festival, which has expanded to a week long schedule of events celebrating every aspect of our community, Indy Pride, Inc. does philanthropic work throughout the year to support many organizations throughout Central Indiana. In addition to the Festival in June, they organize Laugh OUT Loud, the Hoosier 250 Tricycle Race, Community Thanksgiving Dinner, Educational and Vocational Scholarships, Workshops and Support Groups (confidential and public), and partnerships with the Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival, Circle City Pride Softball League, and the Circle City Fest Volleyball Tournament.
Freedom Indiana - Freedom Indiana is statewide grassroots campaign working to update Indiana’s civil rights law to protect gay and transgender Hoosiers from discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations.
Lambda Legal - Indiana - They advocate for public policy at the local, state and federal levels to improve the lives of LGBT people, people affected by HIV, and their families and allies.
Pride of Indy Bands - The Pride of Indy Bands serve as a musical and educational resource to the Central Indiana community and is comprised of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and LGBT-friendly musicians.
National Gay and Lesbian Task Force - The USA's oldest LGBTQ advocacy group.
Human Rights Campaign - As the largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Americans, the Human Rights Campaign represents a force of more than 3 million members and supporters nationwide.
The Trevor Project - Founded in 1998 by the creators of the Academy Award®-winning short film TREVOR, The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages 13-24.
- Healthcare Resources
- Transgender Resources
- Spiritual Resources
The Church Within - Offers Transitions: Transgender Therapy Group, meets the first Wednesday of every month and costs $25. This group can be used as a component of an individual’s therapy requirement prior to HRT or medical transition services.
- Intersex Resources
- Asexual Resources