Student Programming Students at every level (undergraduate, graduate, and law) have a variety of ways to get involved and be supported here at Hamline, including the student groups, LGBTQIA educational events and programs, leadership retreats, and off campus conferences opportunities. We encourage students to participate in a variety of training and education opportunities offered by the Sexualities and Gender Diversity Initiatives programs, Safe Zone trainings, and in the classroom. Students who are newly out can apply to be a part of the Queer2Peer program, which is designed to create peer mentorships with other students and a tiered faculty/staff mentor. Currently, there is a Trans* student support group that meets bi-weekly and we will be offering a LGBTQIA coming out support group. Additionally, Hamline University partners with our colleagues at the Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities (ACTC) campuses to develop opportunities to collaborate and engage with other students from the other ACTC schools. The undergraduate student group Spectrum, works to support students, provide educational opportunities, hosts social gatherings and several conference opportunities each year for students to attend that happen in collaboration with Campus Activities.