LGBTQ Resources and Programs
The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) programs, events, initiatives and student organizations centered around the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) student experience focus on campus involvement, leadership and professional development, cultural immersions, personal development, mentorship and civic engagement.
The various programs also support students' academic success through scholarship opportunities and educational resources. Through these forums, we enrich students' collegiate experience in academic, social and cultural environments.
The Trans TrunkAN ONGOING PROJECT
To better aid the transgender community of Oklahoma State University. This project functions as a free clothing closet, similar to a food bank, but aimed at the lack of necessary clothing for transgender students.
All-User RestroomsTO BE USED BY ANYONE
All-User restrooms, to be used by anyone, are specifically advocated for to provide a secure and comfortable space for those who are transgender or do not fit the gender binary, those with disabilities whose attendant is of another gender identity, and parents with children of the opposite sex to support inclusive environments.
Fostering Trans & Non-Binary Resilience
Led by Dannie Klooster
Date: Fridays 3-4PM
A therapy group for transgender, non-binary, and gender expansive students to build community, freely explore gender identity, and build upon their skills in fostering self-worth, creating meaningful relationships, self-advocating, and more.
Call (405) 744-5458