University of Richmond:
The Office of Common Ground connects the many individuals, organizations, and resources in the University of Richmond community working to create a safe and comfortable environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and/or queer (LGBTQ) people and their allies at the University. Through advocacy, consultation, and a variety of LGBTQ programs, Common Ground works to ensure that the entire University community benefits from the experiences and perspectives of LGBTQ members.
Location on campus: Tyler Hanes Commons 325
Virginia Commonwealth University:
LGBTQIA and Allied Social Work Group is a safe space to discuss LGBTQIA topics and engage in advocacy effort. The group's mission is to promote awareness of LGBTQIA topics within the VCU community through advocacy, curricula building, education, and social events.
Office of Multicultural Student Affair LGBT Social Network Group offer lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning students a place to discuss gender and sexual identity exploration within a safe and supportive atmosphere. All are welcome, especially first year students and those new to the LGBT community.
Address: Virginia Commonwealth University • Division of Student Affairs • 907 Floyd Avenue • P.O. Box 843080 • Richmond, Virginia 23284
Queer Action is an LGBT rights group that seeks to promote political and social activism on the VCU campus and the greater Richmond area. Everyone is welcome to come to meetings held on Thursday Evenings at 8 p.m. and are held in Forum Room in the student commons, unless otherwise noted.
Wellness Resource Center LGBTQ Violence Prevention Health Educator, Kaylin Tingle, is an LGBTQ anti-violence resource on campus. She provides prevention, education, advocacy, and support to survivors of sexual, dating, domestic, and stalking violence with a focus on LGBTQ communities. She also facilitates LGBTQ Healthy Relationship Skills classes.
Address: VA Commonwealth University • Division of Student Affairs • 815 South Cathedral Place • Richmond, VA 23284
HokiePRIDE of VA Tech is a University Chartered Student Organization advised by the Multicultural Programs and Services. This organization works to promote an environment of equality, understanding, and harmony for people of all sexual orientations, sexualities, gender identities and expressions by providing a LGBT Resource Center and campus-wide programs to raise awareness, community visibility, and increase support.
Address: 304 Squires Student Center • 290 College Avenue • Blacksburg, VA 24061
William and Mary:
Lambda Alliance serves the LGBTQ and ally community at William and Mary. They seek to present numerous opportunities to learn about the queer community, educate others, and engage in activism on campus and in the wider community. Weekly meetings every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Blow 331 and all are welcome to attend.