Loyola University Maryland

LGBTQ+ Services

Spectrum

Spectrum at Loyola University Maryland is an all-inclusive group for LGBTQ students and their allies. Whether you are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, pansexual, questioning, or anything else under the LGBTQ alphabet soup, Spectrum has something for you!

Throughout the year, Spectrum offers a number of social gatherings, outreach services, educational events, and community advocacy programs. To find out more, feel free to explore our website or contact the club officers or moderators. More importantly, subscribe to our mailing list in order to receive news and updates on Spectrum’s latest events.

Mission

Spectrum is an all-inclusive group founded in the Jesuit tradition of men and women for others. It fosters open and honest discussion about the diverse issues surrounding sexual orientation and sexual minorities, and does so with an educative intent. Spectrum hopes to impact the college community so that homophobia and hatred are replaced by understanding, acceptance, and inclusiveness, and desires to see at Loyola a world of appreciation that benefits each and every human life.

Link to Doc’s video: http://www.vimeo.com/10450806

Contact

Frank Golom
Club Moderator
fgolom@loyola.edu

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Traditions

Relay For Life

Relay For Life of Loyola University Maryland unites the community to better the lives of those affected by cancer.