Resources for LGBTQIA2S+ and Minority Students
Voices of Color
Are you a STEM graduate student of color looking for an opportunity to share experiences and receive support from fellow BIPOC graduate students? Voices of Color is a group that focuses on the experiences of STEM graduate students who identify as people of color, ran and organized by fellow BIPOC STEM graduate students. Our group provides a safe place where we can have a candid discussion, broaden our network, and support system. The discussion may include academic and social pressure, personal growth and change, discrimination, mental health, and other topics relevant to the group.
MANRRS is a national organization that promotes career opportunities, networking, and professional development for underrepresented undergraduates, graduates, and professionals in CANR fields.
SACNAS is dedicated to fostering the success of Chicano/Hispanic and Native American scientists to attain degrees, careers, and leadership positions.
The Multicultural Unity Center This community is dedicated to building a more inclusive campus by unifying students
MSU offers over 700 student organizations that bring students together and broaden students' perspectives
Here you can find campus resources and programs as well as support services.
The GSCC is a student-centered campus resource that works to celebrate, affirm, and empower LGBTQIA2S+ members of the Michigan State University community. Through education, engagement, advocacy, and student support, we work to create an inclusive campus culture for people of all genders and sexual identities. We provide intersectional educational and social programming and collaborate with student leaders and campus partners to build community and increase a sense of belonging.
The Alliance advocates for and assists in equality maintenance of all students at MSU.