LGBTQIA Student Groups
Loyola University Chicago has two active LGBTQIA student organizations on campus.
Below you will find a description of the group, contact information, and meeting times.
PRISM is an organization that aims to provide a safe, space for Queer and/or Trans People of Color. It is an organization that is meant to advocate for the Social/Political presence on campus for QTPOC’s. We hope to educate others about the nuances relating to the various intersectional identities that the community is comprised of. The organization also strives to raise awareness of issues afflicting the QTPOC community.
Meeting Time: Reoccuring Thursdays 6 PM to 7 PM, location varies
Rainbow Connection (formely Advocate)
Rainbow Connection is an organization dedicated to serving Loyola's Community by creating a safe and comfortable environment for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning community members as well as for allies. The organization will work to educate the Loyola community and beyond on issues pertaining to LGBTQ individuals and act for justice for all. As the official LGBTQ organization of Loyola University Chicago, Rainbow Connection is a resource to the University and all of its parts and strives to fulfill the call for cura personalis directed under the Ignatian charisma.
Meeting Time: Tuesdays at 7 PM, location varies