There are four LGBTQ student organizations serving undergraduate, graduate, law, and medical students at the University of Miami.
SpectrUM is the University of Miami's undergraduate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and ally organization. Its purpose is to foster pride through education, awareness, advocacy, and social events and to support all members of the LGBTQ community and their allies.
PRISM creates an inclusive space for graduate students on campus, providing educational and social opportunities for LGBTQI graduate students and allies. PRISM also advocates for the concerns and needs of LGBTQI graduate students as they arise.
OUTLaw seeks to advance the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community at the University of Miami School of Law and to educate the law school community. OUTLaw sponsors social, educational, political, and cultural events throughout the academic year.
MedicOUT aims to create a more supportive environment for LGBT individuals on the medical campus and in the medical community, raise awareness of LGBT health issues, advocate for the rights of LGBT patients, and work with the administration to change the curriculum so that it accurately reflects the health needs of the LGBT population. MedicOut welcomes and encourages involvement from allies.