The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer+ Pride Center at Texas A&M University strives to create a thriving environment supporting the success of every student through the education, advancement, and championing of the broad spectrum of sexual, affectional, and gender identities in the spirit of the Aggie Core Values.
Aggie Allies is an independent campus Committee currently hosted by the Department of Student Life. The organization was started in 1993 by a group of students and staff members of the Division of Student Affairs who were interested in showing support for LGBT people in the University community. All Allies have attended an Ally Workshop training to learn about the responsibilities of being an Ally. Every Ally has signed an Allies contract before receiving their placard.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Aggies (LGBTQA) strives for a safer and more supportive community for people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions at Texas A&M University. Meetings are on-campus and provide a supportive environment for students and community members who identify as LGBTQ and their allies.
Transcend exists to better fit the needs of the growing population of students that identify in the transgender, bi-gender, agender, and gender nonconforming spectrum(s). They serve as a support group for these students to connect with allies and others that identify as they do.
oSTEM at Texas A&M is a professional society for LGBTQ+ students, faculty, and staff in STEM fields at Texas A&M. They are a chapter of the broader national oSTEM organization dedicated to educating and fostering leadership for LGBTQ+ communities in the STEM fields. oSTEM is passionate about their mission for connecting LGBTQ+ Aggies to faculty, fellow students, and potential employers.
LGBTQA+ Graduate Group of Texas A&M is dedicated to LGBTQA and Ally graduate students of Texas A&M College Station. The purpose is to provide support and welcome to the LGBTQA graduate community and further comradery among new and veteran graduate students.
The goal of the LGBTQ Professional Network is to encourage and support the professional development of its members through the development and enhancement of opportunities for networking, peer support, education, and communication.
The TAMU Pride Student Veterinary Medical Community is an organization aimed to promote and foster diversity in the veterinary profession. All students, faculty, and staff are welcome!
Texas A&M University Student Health Services provides:
- Trans Affirming Care – Provided by Tiffany Wilson, FNP. Students can schedule an appointment with her online by choosing the “Trans care” option or by calling 979-458-8280 and requesting her specifically.
- HIV Preventative Care – Provided by Dr. Tiffany Skaggs, Dr. Garry Gore, Dr. Gayle Ponder, Pamela Golub, WHNP, & Tiffany Wilson, FNP.
Texas A&M University Career Center offers information for LGBTQ+ students who may be exploring/wondering how their identity may impact the job search or graduate school/professional school application processes.