We are constantly hosting a variety of educational and social events. Below is a list of some of our annual programs, and to the right are this week's events and a link to the full calendar. To receive a weekly email with a more complete list of our upcoming events, please join OUTPost by sending a blank email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
During the academic school year, we develop and host unique and diverse events and socials, such as:
In honor of LGBTQ History Month, the NYU Military Alliance and the NYU LGBTQ Student Center invites you to explore the history of being LGBTQ in the military. Come and listen to current student veterans and alumni sharing their experiences. Come connect and listen!
Dinner will be provided.
We invite all NYU LGBTQ+ students to come listen AND share your experiences studying at NYU’s various Study Away sites! Additionally, we will have staff members from the Office of Global Programs and Health and Wellness Service to share and answer questions about resources for LGBTQ+ students at Study Away sites.
FREE lunch will be provided!
Join the NYU LGBTQ Student Center and Grad Life for our monthly Queer Grad Social in celebration of NYU Pride Month. For this Queer Grad Social will be at everyone's favorite LGBTQ sports bar, Boxers Chelsea! Boxers will be having a 2-for-1 happy hour special and we will be providing FREE FOOD.
You must be 21 or older AND have a valid photo ID to attend.
NYU Program Board Presents: Rina Sawayama
With support from Jesediah
This year's Pride Month show is presented in collaboration with NYU Pride Month, and NYU LGBTQ Student Center
The show is FREE and admission will be on a first come, first serve basis
Friday, October 26th in Kimmel Student Center E&L Auditorium
Doors at 8:30 PM
Show at 9:00 PM
This event is closed to the public - all attendees must have a valid NYU ID to enter
Join us for an hour-long mindful meditation session held in a queer-centered and entirely peer-led space. Meditations will focus on the themes of affirmation, inclusion, and embracing identity while inviting time for reflection. All levels of experience welcome.
Free and open to the NYU community. *This will resume in Fall 2018.