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The Rainbow Coalition is an inclusive, student-led coalition that advocates for the rights, safety, and overall health of the LGBTQIA+ community at Arizona State University. We are working to create an ASU that celebrates individuality, connects intersectional communities, and enables people to thrive as they are.
Throughout the academic year, Arizona State University dedicates months and weeks to honoring Sun Devils’ heritage. The Rainbow Coalition leads the celebration of Pride Weeks each October and April, as well as Trans Awareness Week each November. To learn how you can be involved in planning the celebration of our rich, diverse community of ASU students, connect with our coalition.
ASU’s 2019 Rainbow Welcome connected LQBTQ+ students and allies with each other and both on-campus and local resources before the first ASU football game of the season.
ASU students participated in the Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil held at the Downtown Phoenix Campus on Nov. 20. The vigil honored lives lost due to violence toward the trans community.
Facilitator of Operations
Facilitator of Programming
Facilitator of Community Coordination
Facilitator of Digital Design
Facilitator of Media Relations
To connect with one of our member organizations, please log on to SunDevilSync.
Gamma Rho Lambda
LGBT+ Interaction Club
Below is a list of resources gathered by this coalition that may be helpful to you as a student. Organizations or resources listed not affiliated with Arizona State University are not endorsed by the university.
Arizona State University is an institution measured by whom we include and how they succeed. If you feel you have been the victim of actions contrary to this principle, please connect with file a report with the appropriate resource.
The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities is responsible for reviewing and handling student disciplinary incident reports. Incident reports are accepted from students, faculty, staff, or other persons who believe that a student or a student organization may have violated the ABOR Student Code of Conduct.