Below is a list of the many LGBTQA campus organizations open to undergraduate students. These organizations frequently partner the other campus groups. For a full list of LGBTQA campus organizations, including those for graduate students, faculty, and staff, visit the Groups and Organizations section of the website.
The Pride Alliance represents the interests of the LGBT and questioning members of our community. They hold regular meetings, sponsor dances, and other special events, including Awareness Week and Pride Week. For more information, contact one of the current co-presidents, Ozioma Obi-Onuoha or JJ Parvin.
Princeton Equality Project
The Princeton Equality Project (PEP) is committed to engaging the Princeton community with the fight for full LGBT equality and aims to empower students to take on these important rights issues. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Princeton Q & API
Princeton Q&A Pi is a new support and social group for all queer and questioning Asian/Pacific-Islander undergraduate and graduate students to connect, share dialogue, and build community. This is a confidential and inclusive group; trans*, asexual, and intersex individuals are warmly invited. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
LGBTQ✡J is a Jewish LGBTQ social group open to all. Allies and non-Jewish students are welcome. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Queer Desi Tigers
Queer Desi Tigers is a student group whose mission is to foster community among South Asian LGBT and questioning students on campus, as well as build bridges between the South Asian and LGBT communities. The group meets biweekly to hang out and talk. Please email Matthew Vengalil to join or find out more information.
LGBT Peer Educators
The LGBT Peer Education Program is sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students as a part of the Residential Education Program. The Peer Educators conduct educational panels and are peers who can talk anytime about issues relating to sexuality and gender identity. For more information or to contact a Peer Educator, check out the LGBT Peer Education Program.
LGBT Task Force
Fund for Reunion
Fund for Reunion (FFR) is the Bisexual, Transgender, Gay and Lesbian Alumni Association (BTGALA) of Princeton University. It was founded in 1986 and is an active voice for students and alumni. FFR is open to all alumni, students, faculty, and staff of Princeton University. For more information visit the FFR website.