A little background, since I know Concordia in Moorhead, Minnesota. (And BTW, "Moorhead" was named for being a boat mooring point on the Red River for early traders from Winnipeg, Canada, and has nothing to do with giving more head)
It's a Lutheran college, where my ex-BF graduated, and it has a renowned chorus. Some of its students were regulars at the area's only gay bar about half a mile away. They didn't have an official GLBT student group during the time I lived there. That club existed on a Minnesota State University campus branch just a few blocks from them, where I took some courses. And where they had drag shows in the main ballroom of the student union.
I was a member of that MSU gay student group, which accepted Concordia students during that period (not sure now). Concordia, MSU Moorhead, and the nearby North Dakota State University in Fargo formed a unified college contingent within the Fargo chapter of Equality North Dakota, of which my best friend was the State President and ran our local meetings.
Therefore, although Concordia GLBT students didn't have their own campus group, they could find support in the general community. Nor was the campus known as being gay hostile, despite an otherwise conservative Lutheran atmosphere. It's really quite small anyway, less than 3000 students, and considers itself a bit elite.
This Rebecca Julius doesn't entirely surprise me, since there are pockets of extreme religious and political conservatism throughout that area. It also wouldn't surprise me if the majority of other students don't support her.
The region has a contradictory approach to gay issues: most people are very accepting on a personal basis and don't care much about your private life. But if politicians force them to choose on a ballot between gay rights and "traditional family values" and religious teachings, they'll vote gay rights down. Then they'll go back to inviting their gay friends over for dinner.
So in that sense this Julius student is a bit of an anomaly there. People don't attack other people personally (a trait the RJ conservaposse could use). Which is why I suspect she'll find little support, even among those Concordia students who aren't particularly gay friendly. And make her campus a joke with the area's other 2 colleges. That alone may cause the school administration to lean on her a little, to tone this down.