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PDPA_Logo_2018_resize.jpgPenn Dental Pride Alliance mission is to unify and support LGBTQ+ dental students, faculty, administration, staff, and their supporters. Our goal is to achieve this through school-wide diversity and inclusion efforts, consistent educational programming, and entertaining events that enrich our community.

AQISAQIS (Association for Queer International Students) is Penn's only student group catered for the needs of queer students from global backgrounds. AQIS provide mentorship, plan social events, and promote discussion about international queer issues.



jbael_resize.jpgJ-BageL (Jewish Bisexuals, Gays, and Lesbians) is a safe space and social support group for Jewish LGBTQ undergrad and grad students and their allies. Funded by Hillel of Greater Philadelphia, J-BageL has members from Penn and other colleges throughout the Philadelphia area.


lambdalogo_crop.jpgThe Lambda Alliance is the coalition dedicated to the promotion and representation of LGBTQIA interests for undergraduates at Penn. By facilitating communication, collaboration, and efficiency among its constituent groups, the wider student and Philadelphia communities, and the University administration, the Lambda Alliance seeks to overcome the barriers facing the LGBTQA student community of today.



LambdaGradsLambda Grads is the umbrella LGBTQ organization for graduate and professional students at the University of Pennsylvania. We organize a wide range of professional, academic, and community-building programming throughout the year in order to bring about greater awareness to LGBT issues and interests.


Lambda Law is open to students, faculty, and staff of the Law School. Lambda Law meets regularly for social events and political activities. They work to represent LGBT concerns in academia and in the wider community.


Lambda Vets

LambdaVets is a PennVet-VOICE affiliated student run group that aims to increase awareness, understanding, and acceptance of the veterinary field's sexual and gender minority members. From clients to colleagues, we strive to provide a forum for information exchange and social interaction with the goal of fostering a professional climate in which our members can achieve their full potential.l.

LGBTPM+LGBTTPM+ (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender People in Medicine) is the name of an active advocacy committee within the national American Medical Student Association. A faculty and staff committee has work closely with the students around LGBTQ concerns in medicine and to address additional issues.


Penn_SNUGS_resize.jpgPenn SNUGS (Student Nurses Understanding Gender and Sexuality) is Penn Nursing's student organization aimed at both increasing quality LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, & Queer) patient care and awareness, as well as promoting a supportive community for LGBTQ identified nursing students.



oSTEMoSTEM at Penn is a chapter of Out in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, the national student society dedicated to increasing participation of people who identify with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or ally (LGBTQA) communities in disciplines related to science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM).


Out4Biz.pngOut For Business is Wharton's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer club for MBA and PhD students, faculty, and staff. Out4Biz aims to create an open and inclusive community that fosters the development and success of LGBTQ people and LGBTQ allies in business.



outed_resize.jpgOutEd is the Graduate School of Education's LGBT and ally student group offering support to queer Grad Ed students as well as providing educational opportunities for the school regarding queer issues.



 PePenn_aces_resize.jpgnnAces is a student organization that promotes awareness, education and safety for the asexual community in Philadelphia. Asexuality�"not experiencing sexual attraction�"is an orientation that is not given enough attention in our society, though 1% of the population openly idenifties as asexual.



PATH (Penn's Athletes & Allies Tackling Homophobia) is a group addressing the mutual concerns of Penn's LGBTQ and athletic communities. As a group, PATH also provides resources for those in the athletic community who wish to come out, and for heterosexual athletes and coaches to receive accurate information about LGBTQ issues.


PennGala.pngPennGALA (Penn Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Alumni Association) represents the interests of the University's LGBTQ alumni by fostering a sense of community, promoting a close relationship between the alumni and the University, and advocating

for current LGBTQ students.

Penn_HUP_crop.jpgPennPRIDE@HUP is an interdisciplinary employee-based resource group comprised of individuals at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and their associated networks, who seek to promote excellence in LGBTQ health - including improved patient experience and employee satisfaction.


  PENNNONCISPenn Non-Cis is a student-run organization that serves trans students (graduate and undergraduate), staff, and other people in the Penn Community. Non-Cis is short for Non-Cisgender, which is a term that we use to encompass transgender, gender non-conforming, and questioning people."


PennQ&APenn Q&A (Penn Queer and Asian) is dedicated to providing a safe space for both support and empowerment of LGBTQ+ individuals in the Asian community at Penn. You don't have to be queer or Asian to join if you're interested in addressing issues of the queer Asian community.


QCF_logo_crop.jpgQueer Christian Fellowship (QCF) is a supportive, welcoming Christian community for individuals who want to explore the intersection between faith, sexuality, and gender. We seek to provide support, fellowship, a space for discussion, and resources for our members, Penn, and the community at large while establishing connections with groups of similar interests.


Queer_Design_Logo_resize.jpgQueerDesign hopes to build a community of LGBTQ+ designers in order to create a space of exchange and judgement free collaboration. Aiming to foster discussions about the meaning of diversity, and its intersection with design at Penn and beyond, QueerDesign hopes to connect to existing networks of students and professionals.


QMAP_resize.jpgQMAP (Queer Muslims and Allies at Penn) is a student group aimed at providing support for the University of Pennsylvania's LGBTQIA Muslim community and allies of all faiths, sexual orientations, gender identities, and cultural backgrounds. In our eyes, the term "Muslim" may encompass anyone who identifies with any form of Islam in any capacity, whether religiously, culturally, by familial association, or otherwise. All are welcome.




QPOC (Queer People of Color) at University of Pennsylvania serves students of color who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or queer (LGBTQ) by providing them with safe spaces for discussion, socialization, and community building.

@Queer People of Color - QPOC UPenn

QSP2_Logo_2018_resize.jpgQSP2 supports LGBTQ students and their allies. The group offers social activities, advocates for LGBTQ rights and services in the School of Social Policy & Practice, and serves as a group within the University-wide network of LGBTQ organizations at Penn. QSP2 aims to infuse LGBTQ content into SP2 curricula, build coalitions with other organizations, increase visibility of LGBTQ SP2 students, and provide emotional and social support for Penn's LGBTQ community.


QSA (Queer Student Alliance) at the University of Pennsylvania is a group of undergraduate students who identify as or are supportive of gender identity or sexual minorities. The Queer Student Alliance strives to support these communities through facilitating social and community-oriented activities.



Wharton Alliance is the first LGBTQ pre-professional undergraduate organization in the United States. They are dedicated to educating Penn undergraduates about the opportunities that exist

in the business world for LGBTQ students.