This page is dedicated to providing resources to current and prospective students at Lehigh University.
If you have questions or concerns not addressed on this page, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com or by phone at 610-758-4126.
Spectrum: Undergraduate student club that provides support and community building for LGBTQ+ students and allies. Contact Spectrum's President, Nicole Reisert, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
SPEAK: Students Promoting Equality, Awareness, & Knowledge is Lehigh's undergraduate gender and sexuality peer education group who provide workshops & trainings on gender, sexuality, and inclusion. Contact Grace Kim at email@example.com for more information.
Greek Allies: Undergraduate student group promoting inclusive leadership and fostering a welcoming Greek and greater campus environment. Contact Erin Hank at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Athlete Ally: Undergraduate student group promoting respect of all individuals involved in sports, taking a stand against homophobia and transphobia in athletics. Contact Lidia Breen at email@example.com for more information.
PRISM: Lehigh's graduate student club that provides support and community building for LGBTQ+ graduate students and allies. Contact our graduate assistant, Jimmy Hamill, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Pride Center has a limited amount of funds to devote to co-sponsoring events and initiatives on campus. In order to qualify for these funds, recipients must meet the following criteria:
The event or initiative should connect in some way to the Pride Center’s theme of disability justice.
The event or initiative should prioritize universal design and accessibility in all aspects, including presentation materials and physical space.
The organizer should submit a proposal to email@example.com detailing the following:
Description of the event/initiative
Total estimated cost of the event/initiative
How funds will be used
How the event/initiative connects to the theme of disability justice
How the event/initiative will prioritize universal design & accessibility
The organizer should check-in either via email or in-person with a Pride Center staffer to review how the event/initiative went.
If funding is granted, the Pride Center’s logo should be included on promotional materials.
Career and Professional Development Resources
Center for Gender Equity
Glossary of LGBTQIA+ Terms
IRIS Mentoring Program
LGBTQIA+ Study Abroad Guide
LGBTQIA+ and Substance Abuse
Office of Multicultural Affairs
Study Abroad LGBTQIA Online Resources
Study Abroad LGBTQIA Online Resources (IES)
University Counseling and Psychological Services (UCPS)
Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department
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?
We created this resource to help you see if Lehigh University is the right school for you. Many of the more general questions can be answered by the Admissions Office, however, as an LGBTQIA+ student you may have additional questions about campus climate and the programs and services available to LGBTQIA+ students. The information below will hopefully answer some of your questions! If you have any further questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 610-758-4574.
Campus Pride LGBTQ-Friendly Colleges and Universities Index
Gender Inclusive Restrooms
Learn about getting involved at Lehigh
LGBT Student College Guide - Affordable Colleges
LU Non-Discrimination Policy
Trans at LU