Student Organizations

The LGBTQ Center seeks to facilitate connections between queer students on campus and foster an environment of inclusivity. Below is information on undergraduate and graduate student organizations serving LGBTQ+ students and allies at Georgetown.

GU Pride is the undergraduate student organization that serves as a voice for LGBTQ students and their allies, provides advocacy, and builds safe spaces and community for a more equitable and visible presence for LGBTQ students at Georgetown.

Georgetown University Queer People of Color (GU QPOC) seeks to create a brave space for queer students of color and their affirming allies to meet and reflect on our unique and shared identities. Through dialogue and innovative programming, GU QPOC will provide queer students of color an opportunity to find solidarity and explore the rich depths of our identities. GU QPOC seeks to provide historically underrepresented groups within sexual minorities on campus a forum to share their experiences with the wider Georgetown community, particularly to engage in meaningful dialogue about privilege, erasure, and other disparities queer students of color experience at Georgetown.

Sponsored by Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, the mission of the McDonough Alliance is to foster an inclusive, pre-professional community for LGBT undergraduates at Georgetown. Through mentorship, targeted recruiting and social events, we aim to connect students to the business world while creating enduring relationships.

Organized through the Main Campus Graduate Student Organization, GradPride is open to all graduate students at Georgetown University. GradPride provides an outlet for members to meet new friends and socialize, promotes understanding of LGBTQ issues on campus and in our community, and advocates for issues of importance to the graduate LGBTQ community.

OutLaw promotes LGBTQ equality; provides opportunities to educate the Georgetown Law community on issues affecting LGBTQ people and create a welcoming social environment for LGBTQ students, their friends and allies.

Out@MSB serves members of the Georgetown MBA Program who identify as LGBTQ, as well as those who support this community. The mission of Out@MSB is to foster a supportive environment for professional development, provide a forum for the discussion of business issues related to sexual orientation, and to facilitate social interaction and networking among students, alumni, and professionals.

P-POUT is the GPPI LGBT policy issues group whose vision is to provide a visible and public forum within the student body for discussion of LGBT issues. This includes both national and local policy issues, as well as issues facing LGBT individuals working in policy-focused careers. The group focuses specifically on education, networking, outreach, and awareness.