LGBTQ+ Student Organizations
University Counseling Center Group
LGBTQ+ Resiliency Group: A safe and affirming space for LGBTQ students to celebrate their identities. First meeting: Wednesday, September 13 at 3pm in McCannel Hall, Room 200, Counseling Center Group Room, Contact: Rachel Haug at email@example.com
On-Campus Gender Inclusive Housing Options
First Year Students
Upper Classman Options
Relevant University Polices
University of North Dakota does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, creed, marital status, veteran's status, political belief or affiliation or any other status protected by law.
Sex discrimination includes discrimination based upon sex, gender identity and sexual orientation, including acts of sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, stalking, and sexual harassment.
Individuals who report policy violations or participate in investigations have protection from retaliation.
University Police Department (immediate need and threat or Clery Act reporting)
Anonymous Crime Report
Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Office (to report discrimination)
On-line Incident Report
Diversity & Inclusion Office (to report discrimination)
Select LGBTQ Scholarships
PFund Scholarship to LGBTQIA Individuals
PFund eligibility: Upper Midwest LGBTQA leaders pursuing academic programs, non-scholastic leadership development opportunities and life expenses. Individual grants range from $1,000 to $10,000. Preference is given to 3 Priority Areas: 1. LGBTQ North Dakotans & South Dakotans, 2. Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Communities and 3. LGBTQ Indigenous, Black and People of Color, First Generation, Immigrants and New Americans.
Minnesota GLBT Educational Fund
Deadline: early February
Minnesota GLBT Educational Fund eligibility: Enrolled in a post-secondary program, GLBT identified or from a GLBT family, legal resident of Minnesota or attending a qualifying Minnesota academic institution, preference given to graduating high school students for most scholarships.
Point Foundation LGBT Scholarship Fund
Founded in 2001, the Point Foundation is the first nationwide LGBT scholarship foundation granting scholarships to undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students of distinction. The mission of The Point Foundation is to provide financial support, mentoring and hope to meritorious students who are marginalized because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals (NOGLSTP) Scholarship
Deadline: early June
NOGLSTP eligibility: STEM students; Two $5000 scholarships will be awarded for the upcoming academic year. One $5000 scholarship will go to an undergraduate student, and one $5000 scholarship will go to a graduate/professional level student. Students currently enrolled at any U.S.-based college or university are eligible to apply.
Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) National Scholarship Program
PFLAG National Scholarships are available for high school gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) seniors, and students who are allies and supporters of the GLBT community and entering college. Currently offering three $5,000 scholarships, three $2,500 scholarships, and up to ten $1,000 scholarships. The Detroit Chapter of PFLAG is also offering three $500 scholarships to college students who are connected directly with GLBT issues
Fund for Education Abroad: Rainbow Scholarship
Rainbow Scholarship eligibility: US Citizens, undergraduates in US universities/colleges who plan to study abroad for at least four weeks (a minimum of 30 days)
Amount: Up to $10,000