LGBTQIA+ Student Programming

Sexualities and Gender Diversity Initiatives

You'll find many ways to get involved and find support as an undergrad or graduate student at Hamline. We encourage students to join us in a variety of training and education opportunities for LGBTQIA+ students and allies operated by the Sexualities and Gender Diversity Programs.

Undergraduate student programming

From the undergraduate LGBTQIA+ student group Spectrum to our Queer2Peer mentorship program, trans student support group, and coming out support group, we embrace and uplift our students across all spectrums of gender and sexuality. Hamline also partners with the Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities (ACTC) campuses to develop opportunities to collaborate and engage with students at other ACTC schools.

Watch out for events on our Presence page and sign up for our LGBTQIA+ newsletter (Google Form) to stay up-to-date on events and engagement opportunities, or contact us at

Graduate student programming

There are a variety of ways for LBGTQIA+ and allied graduate students to be involved on campus, including program-specific affinity groups.

We welcome and encourage graduate students to participate in Sexualities and Gender Diversity Educational Programs and trainings, apply to be Queer2Peer mentors, apply for funding to attend conferences related to LGBTQIA+ issues, and participate in LGBTQIA+ programs across campus.

Sign up for the LGBTQIA listserv (Google Form) to keep up with campus events and opportunities or contact t. aaron hans at for more information.

LBGTQIA+ groups and programs

Annual events

Contact information