LGBTQIA+ is an umbrella term used to refer to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, those who are queer or questioning their sexual and/or gender identity, intersex people, and those who are asexual, aromantic, and/or agender.
LGBTQIA+ staff and students are an important part of our university community. We aim to provide an open and relaxed environment where you can be yourself, whatever your gender identity and/or sexual orientation.
The University of Nottingham is proud to be a Stonewall Diversity Champion. We aim to embed LGBTQIA+ inclusion at the university, network with other LGBTQIA+ employers and are committed to gaining more LGBTQIA+ expertise. We have also trained a number of staff to become Stonewall allies at the university.
We have dedicated LGBTQIA+ support networks for students and staff where you can meet like-minded people, make friends and take part in various social activities.
LGBTQIA+ events take place throughout the year at the university, including an annual programme to celebrate LGBTQIA+ History Month, and further information can be found on our events pages.
LGBTQIA+ students' network
LGBTQIA+ staff network