Clubs & Organizations
House of SHADE is a group by and for black members of the LGBTQ* community. They meet weekly during the Fall and Spring semesters where they host discssion meetings, hang outs, and workshops that center topics on Black and Queer culture.Have questions? Send them an email!
Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (oSTEM), Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit professional society focused on LGBTQ people in the STEM community. As this univerity's chapter, oSTEM at Stony Brook University provides LGBTQ* students in STEM majors the space and opportunity to connect with peers about common interests and experiences in the STEM field.
The Next Generation (TNG) is a group that's sole purpose is to bring together Stony Brook students who are interested in learning more about the fetish community as a whole. They hold meetings at specific times during each school semester for open discussions free from judgment, as well as lectures about different topics across a wide range. It is a place where you can come and talk about any topic that you have always wanted to know more about, without feeling the 'vanilla' social pressure to restrain such feelings (because we have all been at that point). It can also be a place just to meet cool open minded people!
The Stony Brook LGBTA (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Alliance) is the undergraduate campus group dedicated to promoting awareness of queer issues. By creating a more accepting and comfortable environment for queer students and their allies, the LGBTA hopes to foster diversity in the Stony Brook community.
Office: Student Activities Center Room 309
Check out the calendar of events to find out when the next meeting is scheduled!
Join their mailing list here: http://eepurl.com/cLt2dT
Transgender Alliance and Allies is a group that aims to give transgender students
space to come together as a community, to advocate for awareness and change on campus
and to relax together in a space where we are safe and people have a mutual understanding
of the trans experience. They
are open to binary and non-binary trans folks alike, from all different walks of life
here on campus, as well as allies.