Find on campus support and information, regarding “coming out” and other Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/ Transgendered/Queer/Questioning issues, for yourself or a friend.
For support and information, regarding “coming out” and other Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/ Transgendered/Queer/Questioning issues, for yourself or a friend:
CAPS provides quality mental health services to the UH campus community and helps clients develop the skills necessary for personal, academic, and social success. Student Services Center Rm. 226 713-743-5454. Website
Global is the LGBTQ and supporters student group at the University of Houston Main Campus. Everyone, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, is welcome to come to meetings and hang out. You may also visit them on Facebook.
The LGBT Advocates is an organization at The University of Houston that continually strives to be a voice for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in the political arena. Visit them on Facebook.
TFN-UH aims to become one of the largest progressive student organizations at The University of Houston. They raise awareness on issues concerning religious liberties, the State Board of Education, defending evolution curriculum, LGBTQ equality, and comprehensive sex ed. Visit them on Facebook.
Gamma Rho Lambda is the first nationally recognized all-inclusive LBTQIA (lesbian bisexual transgender questioning intersex straight-ally) sorority in the state of Texas and intends to live up to GRL's reputation for acceptance, while providing a supportive environment for Progressive Women. They seek women interested in making a difference in their community while forming bonds of sisterhood with other motivated women. Check them out on Facebook.
The OAA/EEO handles complaints of discrimination and harassment based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, or veteran status. Student Services Center 2, 154A 713-743-8835
Local LGBTQ publications about support, social, religious & recreational groups and upcoming events in Houston that are available at the LGBT Resource Center.