UAlbany Pride Alliance

The UAlbany Pride Alliance, the Lesbian, gay, Bisexual, Transgender Queer and Allied students of the University at Albany, was formed in 1970 and is one of the longest running student clubs on campus. The purpose is to come together as a community and create a safe space for all students. Students hold weekly meetings and small programs for members as well as large events such as National Coming Out Week, and Transgender Day of Remembrance. We also help our members to attend several conferences annually. More information about the UAlbany Pride Alliance can be found at


Albany State Hues Alliance

A.S.H.A, the Albany State Hues Alliance, is a multicultural organization that creates a welcoming atmosphere for LGBTQIA people of color through the use of meetings, forums, guest speakers, debates, movies and social events. The purpose of this group is to empower people of color who are LGBTQIA by allowing them to express themselves by sharing their experiences with the entire campus and their own communities.


Queer UAlbany Grad Students

QUAGS (Queer UAlbany Grad Students) is an organization for graduate students to identify, evaluate, and act to meet the academic, political, professional, and social concerns and interests of sex, gender, and/or sexual minority students at the University at Albany. This includes, but is not limited to, those who identify as Queer, Transsexual, Transgender, Bisexual, Lesbian, and/or Gay.

Sean Heather McGraw and Rick Caceres-Rodriguez are co-chairs of this group for the 2010 academic year.


Gamma Rho Lambda

Gamma Rho Lambda National Sorority is an all-inclusive woman’s social sorority exemplifying the qualities of tolerance, diversity, unity, and trust, which provides a network of assistance in the areas of scholastic guidance, emotional support, and community service while ultimately developing the lifelong bonds of sisterhood. Gamma Rho Lambda (GRL) National Sorority is dedicated to providing a social support system for young college students. GRL has been referred to as the first national lesbian sorority, however they strive to be inclusive of all members, whether they identify as lesbian, bisexual, ally, transgender, questioning, straight, or with no label.