This page is dedicated to providing resources to current and prospective students at Lehigh University.
If you have questions not addressed on this page, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 610-758-4126.
Here are a few cultivated resources to help you in your college decision process. Even if you do not end up at Lehigh, we want you to feel supported and have all the resources available to you.
- 30 LGBTQ Scholarships
- Campus Pride National Scholarship Database
- College Choice LGBT Resource Guide
- LGBT Student College Guide - Affordable Colleges
- LGBTQ+ Scholarship Resource List
- Emphasizing and Empowering the T in LGBTQ for Allies and Transgender People in Tech, resource courtesy of the University of Denver
- The National Black Trans Advocacy Coalition
Thinking of coming to Lehigh?
We recognize that selecting a college is a really tough decision! Which school is right for me? Which major will best prepare me for my career? Will the school be a good fit for me?
Spectrum: Started in the Spring of 2003, Spectrum is a LU undergraduate student organization dedicated to providing a safe environment for LGBTQ+ students and their allies to explore their identities and form an engaged community.
Meetings are open to all!
Social programs that Spectrum has sponsored include an annual Drag Show, Pumpkin Pride celebration, movie nights, and trips to Philly. Topics for discussion have included social issues, finding your identity, what being LGBTQIA means, relationships, and more!Visit go.lehigh.edu/pridecentergroups to sign up!
SPEAK: Students Promoting Equality, Awareness, & Knowledge -SPEAK is an undergraduate group of peer educators dedicated to teaching other students about topics related to gender and sexuality.
Rather than lecturing at groups, the focus is on facilitating discussions and creating conversations that will help lead Lehigh's campus. Need more information? Sign up by visiting go.lehigh.edu/pridecentergroups
oSTEM: Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (oSTEM) Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit professional association for LGBTQ+ people in the STEM community.
With over 100 student chapters at colleges/universities and professional chapters in cities across the United States and abroad, oSTEM is the largest chapter-based organization focused on LGBTQ+ people in STEM. For more information sign us by visiting go.lehigh.edu/pridecentergroups
Student Support Spaces
Peer led small groups that meet several times a month - Please access the link for more information go.lehigh.edu/PrideCenterGroups
QTPOC: Support space for Queer and Trans People/Students of Color
TGNC: Support space for Trans and/or Gender Non-conforming/Questioning students
BPFQ: Support space for Bi, Pan, Fluid and/or Queer students