College/University LGBT Groups
Notre Dame University


Gender Relations Center
The Gender Relations Center (GRC) promotes moral formation consistent with Catholic identity, mission and values in an effort to create a healthy culture at the University of Notre Dame.  Committed to the spiritual, emotional and intellectual development of all students, the GRC seeks to engage the campus in respectful dialogue and seeks to build a community that fully honors the human dignity of each person as a child of God.

University Counseling Center
Phone: (574) 631-7336


Gay and Lesbian Alumni of Notre Dame and Saint Mary's
Formed to help educate the academic community about sexual orientation issues and to promote solidarity among gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered graduates from the University of Notre Dame and Saint Mary's College. Since its formation, GALA-ND/SMC has grown to an organization of more than 750 members.


Saint Mary's College

St. Mary's Straight and Gay Alliance (SAGA)
Established in 2005, The purpose of the Straight And Gay Alliance (SAGA) is to foster awareness, promote education, and provide a safe forum for discussion about issues relating to sexuality and gender.

The Feminist Collective
The Feminist Collective is Saint Mary's College feminist group. For more information on who we are and what we do please contact us:
c/o Office of Student Activities
103 Haggar College Center
Saint Mary's College
Notre Dame, IN 46556
(574) 284-4562


Indiana University of South Bend

IU South Bend Queer Student Union


Goshen College

Prism
After fighting for several years to get an official student group for GLBT students, Goshen College has finally recognized Prism as an official club. From their Mission statement: "Prism is intended to provide an environment in which lesbian, gay and bisexual students may discuss issues and questions relevant to them as people of faith. Within Goshen College's commitment to community building and supporting healthy means of addressing issues of diversity, we recognize the importance for lesbian, bisexual and gay students to have a safe space for conversation."

Goshen College Advocates
Our purpose is to create a safe environment and provide an official voice for people regardless of sexual orientation, to educate ourselves and others, to encourage respect for people beyond their sexual orientation.
The Advocates, an official Goshen College club, began in 1997 in response to the need for education and support regarding sexual orientation on campus. Within the past three years the Advocates have organized and carried out educational and social activities. These activities include an annual Week of Awareness with daily activities ranging from guest speakers and movies to campus-wide discussions and candle-light vigils. The Advocates have also hosted a four week Bible study open to students discussing sexual orientation within a Biblical framework and leading a Spirit of Inclusivity campaign.