A brief list of LGBTQIA+ resources for BYU students, employees, and alumni.
BYU CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services) provides a wide variety of mental health resources with an emphasis on creating a confidential and “safe environment for students of diverse age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion/spirituality, sexual orientation, relationship status, national origin, immigration status, socioeconomic status, political affiliation, body type, and mental and physical ability.”
BYU recently created the Office of Belonging. More details will be forthcoming from the University shortly (as of 2021-08-30).
The USGA (Understanding Sexuality, Gender, and Allyship) is not an official club of BYU but was allowed to meet on campus for a few years (currently they meet at the Provo Public Library every Thursday at 7PM). It is run by current students with a faculty advisory board consisting of current BYU faculty. They aim to offer “a safe space for open, respectful conversation on LGBTQ and SSA topics.”
A non-profit organization seeking to collect experiences of alumni from BYU, BYU-Idaho, BYU-Hawaii, and Ensign College and show support for current queer students on campus.
An organization that strives to connect the queer community and allies at BYU.