The QSCC is an umbrella organization for many of the LGBTQIA+ student groups offered at the University of Minnesota. See the right side of this page (or on our home page) for the complete schedule of student groups for this semester. Please check our Facebook page for any updates on groups from the facilitators.
ARCH is a confidential, guidance-oriented coming out support group for students questioning their sexual, romantic, or gender identities, or how they make come out to their families or communities.
Biversity is a group for non-monosexual individuals—people who are sexually and or romantically attracted to more than one gender—to discuss issues that are relevant to their identities.
fACES is a group for asexual and or aromantic individuals to gather, discuss issues, and meet other students who are on the asexual or aromantic spectrum.
GeeQs is a student group that meets weekly to play a variety of video, board, and strategy games. Any queer-identified individuals and allies may attend.
KinkyU is a group for students who are interested in alternative sexual preferences to learn about safe practices and safely and confidently discuss their experiences.
NeuroQueers is a group centered around LGBTQ+ people who would benefit from a space that celebrates neurodiversity.
The group will feature discussions of mental health topics, ways to healthily cope, resources on and off campus, venting, and just having a moment to relax and de-stress.
Since the QSCC is a safe space, there will be minimal talk of triggering topics.
**Disclaimer: This is not a therapy group; No one is a licensed therapist here and this should not be used as a replacement for therapy.
Polymorphic is a group for people who identify as polyamorous or are curious about polyamory or are otherwise non-monogamous.
Queer Men is a group for masculine-aligned or men-identifying individuals.
Queer Women is a group for feminine-aligned or woman-identifying individuals.
Roots is a group for queer-identified students of color that offers discussions, activities, and media presentations relating to the intersection of racial and queer identities.
Tranarchy is a student group for trans, non-binary, and otherwise gender-nonconforming individuals, and for those questioning their gender identity. This group offers discussions and activities relating to gender identity and gender presentation.
Fall 2017 Schedule