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Colleges and Universities with Nondiscrimination Policies that Include Gender Identity/Expression

991 colleges and universities have nondiscrimination policies that include gender identity/expression. The year the policy change went into effect, if known, is in parentheses.

[Note: even if a college does not have “gender identity” in its nondiscrimination policy, it is required to prevent discrimination against trans students under Title IX. See the guidelines of the Department of Education.]


Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Auburn University
Tuskegee University

University of Alabama
University of Alabama at Birmingham (2011)


Charter College, Anchorage (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)


Arizona State University [4 campuses] (2004)

— Arizona State University, Downtown Phoenix campus
— Arizona State University, Polytechnic campus (Mesa)
— Arizona State University, Tempe campus
— Arizona State University, West campus (Phoenix)
Art Institute of Phoenix
Art Institute of Tucson
A. T. Still University of Health Sciences (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2009)
Mariposa Community Colleges [10 campuses] (2012)

— Chandler-Gilbert Community College
— Estrella Mountain Community College
— GateWay Community College
— Glendale Community College
— Mesa Community College
— Paradise Valley Community College
— Phoenix College
— Rio Salado College
— Scottsdale Community College
— South Mountain Community College

Northern Arizona University
Pima Community College (2013)
University of Arizona [2 campuses] (2005)

— University of Arizona, South campus (Sierra Vista)
— University of Arizona, Tucson
Wilkes University (2014)


Arkansas Tech University
University of Arkansas


Alliant International University
Antioch University, Los Angeles
Art Center College of Design
California College of the Arts
California Institute of Integral Studies 
California Institute of Technology (2004)
California Lutheran University (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
California State University [23 campuses] (2010)

— California Maritime Academy
— California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
— California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
— California State University, Bakersfield
— California State University, Channel Islands
— California State University, Chico
— California State University, Dominguez Hills
— California State University, East Bay
— California State University, Fresno
— California State University, Fullerton
— California State University, Long Beach
— California State University, Los Angeles
— California State University, Monterey Bay
— California State University, Northridge
— California State University, Sacramento
— California State University, San Bernardino
— California State University, San Marcos
— California State University, Stanislaus
— Humboldt State University
— San Diego State University
— San Francisco State University
— San Jose State University
— Sonoma State University

Chapman University
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (2010)
City College of San Francisco (2005)
Claremont McKenna College
Concordia University, Irvine (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Dominican University of California (2014)
Foothill-DeAnza Community College District (2006)
Golden Gate University
Graduate Theological Union
Harvey Mudd College (2005)
Jesuit School of Theology
John F. Kennedy University
Marymount California University
Napa Valley College 
Occidental College (2006)
Pacific School of Religion
Pitzer College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Pomona College
Riverside Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2008)
Samuel Merritt University
Scripps College
Soka University of America
Southern California Institute of Architecture
Stanford University (2007)
Starr King School for the Ministry
University of California [10 campuses] (2004)

— University of California, Berkeley
— University of California, Davis
— University of California, Irvine
— University of California, Los Angeles
— University of California, Merced
— University of California, Riverside
— University of California, San Diego
— University of California, San Francisco
— University of California, Santa Barbara
— University of California, Santa Cruz

University of San Diego
University of San Francisco (2006)
University of Southern California (2004)
Whittier College


Adams State University (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2013)
Colorado College (2011)
Colorado Northwestern Community College
Colorado School of Mines
Colorado State University (2012)
Community College of Aurora (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Iliff School of Theology
Johnson and Wales University, Denver
Lamar Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Metropolitan State College of Denver (2010)
Morgan Community College
Naropa University
Northeastern Junior College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Pikes Peak Community College
Trinidad State Junior College
University of Colorado [4 campuses]
University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus (2013)
University of Colorado, Boulder (2011)
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
University of Colorado, Denver (2013)
University of Denver (2007)
Western State Colorado University


Asnuntuck Community College
Capital Community College
Central Connecticut State University (2011)
Connecticut College (2005)
Eastern Connecticut State University
Fairfield University
Gateway Community College
Goodwin College
Housatonic Community College
Middlesex Community College
Naugatuck Valley Community College (2012)
Northwestern Connecticut Community College
Norwalk Community College
Quinebaug Valley Community College
Quinnipiac University
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute at Hartford
Southern Connecticut State University
Three Rivers Community College
Trinity College
Tunxis Community College
University of Connecticut [6 campuses] (2014)
— University of Connecticut, Avery Point
— University of Connecticut, Hartford
— University of Connecticut, Stamford
— University of Connecticut, Storrs
— University of Connecticut, Torrington
— University of Connecticut, Waterbury
University of Hartford
University of New Haven
Wesleyan University (2002)
Yale University (2006)


University of Delaware (2010)
Widener University

District of Columbia

American University (2002)
George Washington University (2010)
Georgetown University (2006)
University of the District of Columbia (2011)


Barry University
Daytona State College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Florida A & M University
Florida State University (2010)
Johnson and Wales University, North Miami
Lake-Sumter State College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
New College of Florida (2006)
Pensacola State College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Rollins College
St. Petersburg College
Santa Fe College
Seminole State College of Florida (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Stetson University (2011)
University of Central Florida (2010)
University of Florida (2010)
University of Miami (2015)
University of North Florida (2012)
University of South Florida (2013)
University of West Florida (2010)


Clark Atlanta University
Clayton State University (2013)
Emory University (2007)
Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) (2011)
Georgia Southern University (2012)
Georgia State University (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Southern Polytechnic State University (2011)
University of Georgia (2014)


Chaminade University
University of Hawai’i [10 campuses] (2009)

— Hawaii Community College
— Honolulu Community College
— Kapi’olani Community College
— Kaua’i Community College
— Leeward Community College
— Maui College
— University of Hawaii, Hilo
— University of Hawaii, Manoa
— University of Hawaii, West O’ahu
— Windward Community College


The College of Idaho
University of Idaho (2009)


Adler School of Professional Psychology (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2006)
Columbia College, Chicago
Elgin Community College
Elmhurst College
Erikson Institute
Illinois College
Illinois Institute of Technology
Illinois State University (2006)
Illinois Wesleyan University
Knox College (2001)
Lake Forest College 
McHenry College
McKendree University (2013)
Northeastern Illinois University
Northern Illinois University (part of “sexual orientation” definition, 2011)
Northwestern University (2009)
Parkland College (2011)
Richland Community College
Roosevelt University [2 campuses] (2006)

— Roosevelt University, Chicago
— Roosevelt University, Schaumburg

Rush University
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Seabury-Western Theological Seminary
Shimer College
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville (2013)
University of Chicago (2004)
University of Illinois [3 campuses] (2005)

— University of Illinois, Chicago
— University of Illinois, Springfield
— University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

VanderCook College of Music
Western Illinois University (2008)


Ball State University (2011)
DePauw University (1999)
Goshen College (2015)
Hanover College
Indiana State University
Indiana University (2008)
Marian University (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Purdue University (2010)
University of Indianapolis
Western Governors University, Indiana (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)


AIB College of Business
Allen College
Ashford University
Buena Vista University
Central College (2005)
Cornell College
Des Moines Area Community College
Des Moines University
Drake University (2004)
Ellsworth Community College
Graceland University
Grand View University
Grinnell College
Hawkeye Community College
Indian Hills Community College
Iowa State University (2005)
Kirkwood Community College
Luther College
Maharishi University of Management
Marshalltown Community College
Mercy College of Health Sciences
Morningside College
Mount Mercy University
North Iowa Area Community College
Northeast Iowa Community College
St. Ambrose University
Simpson College
University of Iowa (1996)
University of Northern Iowa (2002)


Bethany College
Hutchinson Community College
Kansas State University (2008)
Neosho Community College
Salina Area Technical College
University of Kansas (2009)
Washburn University


Eastern Kentucky University
ITT Technical Institute (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
McKendree University, Louisville
McKendree University, Radcliff
Spalding University
Union College
University of Louisville (2013)


Louisiana State University (2013)
Loyola University, New Orleans (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Southern University Law Center
Tulane University (2013)


Bates College
Bowdoin College (2012)
Colby College (2005)
Maine Media College (2000)
University of Maine [7 campuses] (2006)

— University of Maine, Augusta
— University of Maine, Farmington
— University of Maine, Fort Kent
— University of Maine, Machias
— University of Maine, Orono
— University of Maine, Presque Isle
— University of Southern Maine


Goucher College (2006)
Johns Hopkins University (2005)
Maryland University of Integrative Health
St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Stevenson University 
University of Maryland [12 colleges] (2012)

— Bowie State University
— Coppin State University
— Frostburg State University
— Salisbury University
— Towson University
— University of Baltimore
— University of Maryland, Baltimore
— University of Maryland, Baltimore County
— University of Maryland, College Park
— University of Maryland, Eastern Shore
— University of Maryland, University College
— University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science


American International College
Amherst College (2011)
Babson College
Bard College at Simon’s Rock
Bay Path University
Baystate College
Becker College
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology
Bentley University
Berkshire Community College
The Boston Conservatory
Boston University
Brandeis University (2006)
Bridgewater State University (2007)
Bristol Community College
Bunker Hill Community College
Cambridge College (2012)
Curry College
Emerson College 
Emmanuel College
Fitchburg State University (2007)
Framingham State University (2007)
Hampshire College (2012)
Harvard University (2006)
Holyoke Community College (2010)
Lesley University
MGH Institute of Health Professions (2007)
Massachusetts College of Art and Design (2007)
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (2007)
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2003)
Massachusetts Maritime Academy (2007)
Massasoit Community College (2014)
Merrimack College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Middlesex Community College
Mount Wachusett Community College
New England Institute of Art
Northern Essex Community College
Quinsigamond Community College
Roxbury Community College
Salem State University (2007)
Springfield College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Suffolk University (2006)
Tufts University (2005)
University of Massachusetts [4 campuses] (2011)

University of Massachusetts, Amherst (2009)
— University of Massachusetts, Boston
— University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
— University of Massachusetts, Lowell

Western New England University (2006)
Westfield State University (2007)
Williams College (2003)
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Worcester State University (2007)


Alpena Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Central Michigan University
Cranbrook Academy of Art
Delta College (2007)
Eastern Michigan University (2007)
Finlandia University (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Grand Valley State University (2008)
Kalamazoo College (2000)
Kalamazoo Valley Community College (2003)
Kettering University (2012)
Lawrence Technological University
Michigan School of Professional Psychology
Michigan State University (2007)
Michigan Technological University
Mid Michigan Community College (2014)
Monroe County Community College (2012)
Northern Michigan University (2011)
Oakland University
Olivet College (2006)
University of Michigan [3 campuses] (2007)

— University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
— University of Michigan, Dearborn
— University of Michigan, Flint

Wayne State University (2010)
Western Michigan University (2006)
Washtenaw Community College (2014)


Augsburg College (2010)
Carleton College
Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities [37 campuses] (2012)

— Alexandria Technical and Community College
— Anoka Technical College
— Anoka-Ramsey Community College
— Bemidji State University
— Central Lakes College
— Century College
— Dakota County Technical College
— Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College
— Hennepin Technical College
— Hibbing Community College
— Inver Hills Community College
— Itasca Community College
— Lake Superior College
— Mesabi Range Community and Technical College
— Metropolitan State University
— Minneapolis Community and Technical College
— Minnesota State College, Southeast Technical
— Minnesota State Community and Technical College
— Minnesota State University, Mankato
— Minnesota State University Moorhead
— Minnesota West Community and Technical College
— Normandale Community College
— North Hennepin Community College
— Northland Community and Technical College
— Northwest Technical College
— Pine Technical College
— Rainy River Community College
— Ridgewater College
— Riverland Community College
— Rochester Community and Technical College
— Saint Paul College
— South Central College
— Southwest Minnesota State University
— St. Cloud Technical and Community College
— St. Cloud State University
— Vermilion Community College
— Winona State University

Mitchell/Hamline School of Law
Northwestern Health Sciences University
University of Minnesota [5 campuses] (2009)

— University of Minnesota, Crookston
— University of Minnesota, Duluth
— University of Minnesota, Morris
— University of Minnesota, Rochester
— University of Minnesota, Twin Cities


Mississippi State University
Tougaloo College


A. T. Still University (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2009)
Fontbonne University (uses “gender orientation” rather than “gender identity”)
Rockhurst University
Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences
University of Missouri [4 campuses] (2014)

–Missouri University of Science and Technology
–University of Missouri, Columbia
–University of Missouri, Kansas City
–University of Missouri, St. Louis
Washington University in St. Louis (2007)
William Jewell College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)


Carroll College
Dawson Community College
Flathead Valley Community College (2014)
Montana State University [4 campuses] (2014)
— Great Falls College, Montana State University,
— Montana State University, Bozeman
— Montana State University, Billings
— Montana State University, Northern

University of Montana (2010)


Bellevue University
Hasting College
Little Priest Tribal College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Northeast Community College
Union College
University of Nebraska, Kearney
University of Nebraska, Lincoln (2010)
University of Nebraska, Omaha
Wayne State College


College of Southern Nevada
Great Basin College
Roseman University of Health Sciences
Touro University, Nevada (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Truckee Meadows Community College
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
University of Nevada, Reno

New Hampshire

Antioch University of New England
Colby-Sawyer College
Dartmouth College (2006)
Keene State College (2013)
Plymouth State University (2007)
University of New Hampshire (2005)
University of New Hampshire School of Law

New Jersey

College of New Jersey (2010)
College of Saint Elizabeth
Drew University
Eastwick College 
Georgian Court University
Essex County College 
Kean University (2007)
Middlesex County College (2007)
Monmouth University
Montclair State University (2010)
New Jersey City University (2010)
Passaic County Community College (2009)
Princeton University (2006)
Ramapo College of New Jersey (2010)
Raritan Valley Community College
Richard Stockton College (2004)
Rider University
Rutgers University [3 campuses] (2008)

— Rutgers University, Camden
— Rutgers University, Newark
— Rutgers University, New Brunswick

Stevens Institute of Technology (2010)
Thomas Edison State College
Union County College
Warren County College (2010)
William Patterson University

New Mexico

New Mexico Highlands University
New Mexico State University (2006)
New Mexico Tech
University of New Mexico [5 campuses] (2007)

— University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
— University of New Mexico, Gallup
— University of New Mexico, Los Alamos
— University of New Mexico, Taos
— University of New Mexico, Valencia
Western New Mexico University

New York

Albany College Of Law
Bard College (2007)
Berkeley College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
City University of New York [23 colleges] (2002-03)

— Bernard M. Baruch College
— Borough of Manhattan Community College
— Bronx Community College
— Brooklyn College
— The City College
— College of Staten Island
— CUNY Graduate Center
— CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
— CUNY School of Law
— CUNY School of Professional Studies
— CUNY School of Public Health
— Hostos Community College
— Hunter College
— John Jay College of Criminal Justice
— Kingsborough Community College
— LaGuardia Community College
— Lehman College
— Macaulay Honors College at CUNY
— Medgar Evers College
— New York City College of Technology
— Queens College
— Queensborough Community College
— York College

Clarkson University
Colgate University
Columbia University (2006)
Cornell University (2005)
The Culinary Institute of America
Fordham University (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Hamilton College
Hobart and William Smith Colleges (2011)
Hofstra University (2010)
Iona College
Ithaca College (2006)
Julliard School (2009)
LIM College
Long Island University [6 campuses]

— Long Island University, Brentwood
— Long Island University, Brooklyn
— Long Island University, Hudson at Rockland
— Long Island University, Hudson at Westchester
— Long Island University, Post
— Long Island University, Riverhead

Manhattan College
Marymount Manhattan College
Nazareth College (2010)
New York University (2005)
Pace University (2010)
Rochester Institute of Technology (2005)
The Sage Colleges [3 colleges]

— Russell Sage College
— Sage College of Albany
— Sage Graduate School

Sarah Lawrence College (2006)
Siena College
Skidmore College
St. John Fisher College
State University at New York (SUNY) system [59 colleges] (2013)

— Adirondack Community College
— Alfred State College
— Binghamton University
Buffalo State College
— Cayuga Community College
— Clinton Community College
— College of Agriculture & Technology at Cobleskill
College of Environmental Science and Forestry
— College of Optometry
— College of Technology at Canton
College of Technology at Delhi
— Columbia-Greene Community College
— Corning Community College
Downstate Medical Center
— Dutchess Community College
Empire State College
— Erie Community College
Farmingdale State College
— Fashion Institute of Technology
— Finger Lakes Community College
— Fulton-Montgomery Community College
— Genesee Community College
— Herkimer County Community College
— Hudson Valley Community College
— Jamestown Community College
— Jefferson Community College
— Maritime College
— Mohawk Valley Community College
— Monroe Community College
Morrisville State College
— Nassau Community College
— Niagara County Community College
— North Country Community College
— Onondaga Community College
— Orange County Community College
— Rockland Community College
— Schenectady County Community College
— State University College at Brockport
State University College at Cortland
State University College at Fredonia
State University College at Geneseo
State University College at New Paltz
— State University College at Old Westbury
State University of New York, College at Oneonta (2007)
— State University College at Oswego
— State University College at Plattsburgh
State University College at Potsdam (2010)
State University College at Purchase
Stony Brook University
— Suffolk County Community College
— Sullivan County Community College
— SUNY Broome Community College
SUNY Polytechnic Institute
— Tompkins Cortland Community College
— Ulster County Community College
University at Albany
University at Buffalo (2010)
Upstate Medical University
— Westchester Community College

Syracuse University (2005)
University of Rochester (2010)
Union College
Utica College
Vassar College (2006)
Wells College (2007)
Yeshiva University

North Carolina

Appalachian State University (2009)
Bennett College
Catawba Valley Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Duke University (2007)
Elon University (2011)
Fayetteville State University (2015)
Guilford College
High Point University
Johnson and Wales University, Charlotte
North Carolina Central State University (2014)
North Carolina State University (“sex” is defined to include “actual or perceived gender identity and gender expression,” 2005)
Piedmont Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Saint Augustine’s University
University of North Carolina, Asheville
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (2008)
University of North Carolina, Charlotte (2011)
University of North Carolina, Greensboro (2008)
Wake Forest University (2011)
Warren Wilson College (2012)
Western Carolina University (2012)
Winston-Salem State University (2014)

North Dakota

North Dakota State University (2008)
Sitting Bull College (2012)
University of North Dakota (2010)
Valley City State University (2013)


Antioch University
Baldwin-Wallace College (2008)
Bowling Green State University (2013)
Case Western Reserve University (2006)
Central Ohio Technical College
Clark State Community College
College of Wooster (2014)
Columbus State Community College (2012)
Franklin University
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (2010)
Kenyon College
Marietta College
Methodist Theological School in Ohio
Miami University (2007)
Oberlin College (2007)
Ohio State University [5 campuses] (2004)

— Ohio State University, Columbus
— Ohio State University, Lima
— Ohio State University, Mansfield
— Ohio State University, Marion
— Ohio State University, Newark

Ohio University [6 campuses] (2008)

— Ohio University, Athens
— Ohio University, Chillicothe
— Ohio University, Eastern campus (St. Clairsville)
— Ohio University, Lancaster
— Ohio University, Southern campus (Ironton)
— Ohio University, Zanesville

Owens Community College (2014)
Sinclair Community College
Southern State Community College (2014)
Stark State College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Terra State Community College
University of Cincinnati (2009)
University of Northwestern Ohio
University of Toledo (2007)
Washington State Community College
Wright State University (2008)
Youngstown State University (2007)
Zane State College (2012)


Oklahoma City University
Phillips Theological Seminary
Southwestern Oklahoma State University (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
University of Tulsa


Art Institute of Portland
Chemeketa Community College
Concordia University (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Eastern Oregon University
Lewis and Clark College
Oregon College of Art and Craft
Oregon College of Oriental Medicine
Oregon Health and Science University
Oregon Institute of Technology
Oregon State University [2 campuses] (2004)

— Oregon State University, Cascades campus (Bend)
— Oregon State University, Corvallis

Pacific Northwest College of Art
Portland State University (2007)
Reed College
Umpqua Community College
University of Oregon (2004)


Albright College
Allegheny College
Art Institute of Pittsburgh
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Bucknell University (2006)
Bucks County Community College
Butler County Community College
Carlow University
Carnegie Mellon University (2003)
Cedar Crest College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Commonwealth Medical School
Community College of Allegheny County
Community College of Philadelphia
Curtis Institute of Music
Delaware Valley College
Dickinson College
Drexel University (2009)
East Stroudsburg University
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2012)
Elizabethown College
Franklin & Marshall College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Gettysburg College
Gratz College
HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College
Haverford College
Keystone College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Kutztown University 
Lafayette College (2012)
Lebanon Valley College
Lehigh University (2003)
Lycoming College
Mansfield University of Pennsylvania 
Marywood University (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Mercyhurst University
Millersville University (2014)
Moravian College
Muhlenberg College (2005)
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Pennsylvania State University [23 campuses] (2006)

— Penn State, Abington
— Penn State, Altoona
— Penn State, Beaver
— Penn State, Berks
— Penn State, Brandywine
— Penn State, DuBois
— Penn State, Erie
— Penn State, Fayette
— Penn State, Greater Allegheny
— Penn State, Harrisburg
— Penn State, Hazleton
— Penn State, Lehigh Valley
— Penn State, Mont Alto
— Penn State, New Kensington
— Penn State, Schuylkill
— Penn State, Shenango
— Penn State, University Park
— Penn State, Wilkes-Barre
— Penn State, Worthington Scranton
— Penn State, York
— Penn State Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies
— Penn State Hershey Medical Center
— Pennsylvania College of Technology

Shippensburg University (2012)
Susquehanna University (2009)
Swarthmore College (2007)
Thomas Jefferson College
University of Pennsylvania (2003)
University of Pittsburgh [4 other campuses] (2008)

— University of Pittsburgh, Bradford
— University of Pittsburgh, Greensburg
— University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown
— University of Pittsburgh, Titusville

University of the Arts in Philadelphia
University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
Widener University
Wilkes University (2014)

Rhode Island

Brown University (2001)
Bryant University (2005)
Community College of Rhode Island
Johnson and Wales University, Providence
Providence College
Rhode Island College (2001)
Rhode Island School of Design
Roger Williams University
University of Rhode Island [4 campuses] (2003)

— University of Rhode Island, W. Alton Jones campus
— University of Rhode Island, Kingston
— University of Rhode Island, Narragansett Bay
— University of Rhode Island, Providence

South Carolina

Coastal Carolina University (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2013)
Coker College
College of Charleston (2010)
Columbia College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Furman University
Lander College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Midland Technical College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Newberry College
South Carolina University (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2014)

South Dakota

Black Hills State University (2011)
South Dakota State University (2014)
University of South Dakota (2010)


Austin Peay State University (2009)
Columbia State Community College
Dyersburg State Community College
East Tennessee State University
Middle Tennessee State University (2010)
Nashville State Community College
Northeast State Community College
Pellissippi State Community College
Rhodes College
Roane State Community College
Tennessee State University
Tennessee Technological University
Union College
University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
University of Tennessee, Knoxville (2007)
University of Tennessee, Martin
Vanderbilt University (2008)
Volunteer State Community College
Walters State Community College


Art Institute of Dallas
Art Institute of Houston
Austin College
Brazosport College (2015)
Brite Divinity School (2014)
Central Texas College (2015)
Dallas County Community College District (2012)
Houston Community College (2011)
Our Lady of the Lake University (2013)
Rice University (2006)
Sam Houston State University (2012)
San Jacinto College District (2011)
South Texas College of Law
Southern Methodist University (2013)
Texas A & M (2014)
Texas Christian University
Texas State University (2012)
Texas Tech University (2015)
Texas Woman’s University (2013)
Trinity University (2013)
Tyler Junior College (2015)
University of Houston (2010)
University of North Texas (2013)
University of Texas, Austin (2008)
University of Texas, Dallas (2014)
University of Texas, Pan American (2010)
University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley (2015)
University of Texas, San Antonio (2013)


Dixie State College of Utah
University of Utah (2011)
Utah State University (2011)
Westminster College


Bennington College
Burlington College
Champlain College (2008)
Community College of Vermont
Goddard College (2007)
Green Mountain College
Johnson State College
Marlboro College (2008)
Middlebury College (2003)
Norwich University (2007)
SIT Graduate Institute
Saint Michael’s College
Southern Vermont College
Vermont College of Fine Arts (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Vermont Law School (2006)
Vermont Technical College
University of Vermont (2005)


Blue Ridge Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2014)
Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing
Central Virginia Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2014)
College of William and Mary
Dabney S. Lancaster Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2014)
Danville Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2014)
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College (2014)
James Madison University (2013)
Norfolk State University (2014)
Old Dominion University
Patrick Henry Community College (2014)
Paul D. Camp Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2014)
Piedmont Virginia Community College (2014)
Randolph-Macon College (2009)
Roanoke College
Southside Virginia Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2014)
Southwest Virginia Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2014)
Thomas Nelson Community College (2014)
Tidewater Community College (2014)
University of Richmond (2011)
University of Virginia (2014)
Virginia Highlands Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2014)
Virginia International University
Virginia Tech (2014)
Virginia University of Lynchburg
Virginia Western Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity,” 2014)
Wytheville Community College (2014)


Antioch University, Seattle
Bastyr University
Bellevue College
Bellingham Technical College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Cascadia College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Central Washington University (2005)
Centralia College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Clark College
Clover Park Technical College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Columbia Basin College
Cornish College of the Arts
Eastern Washington University
Evergreen State College (2006)
Gonzaga University
Lower Columbia College
North Seattle College
Olympic College
Seattle Central College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
Seattle University
Shoreline Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
South Puget Sound Community College (2008)
South Seattle College
Tacoma Community College
University of Puget Sound (2002-03)
University of Washington (part of “sexual orientation” definition, 2006)
Walla Walla Community College
Washington State University [4 campuses] (2007)

–Washington State University, Pullman
–Washington State University, Spokane
–Washington State University, Tri-Cities
–Washington State University, Vancouver

Western Washington University (2008)
Whitman College (2001)

West Virginia

Davis & Elkins College
Fairmont State University
Glenville State College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
West Virginia Northern Community College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)
West Virginia University
West Virginia Wesleyan College (uses “gender” rather than “gender identity”)


Edgewood College
Lawrence University (2011)
Milwaukee Area Technical College
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
University of Wisconsin [26 campuses] (2005)

— University of Wisconsin, Baraboo/Sauk County
— University of Wisconsin, Barron County
— University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
— University of Wisconsin, Fond Du Lac
— University of Wisconsin, Fox Valley
— University of Wisconsin, Green Bay
— University of Wisconsin, La Crosse
— University of Wisconsin, Madison
— University of Wisconsin, Manitowoc
— University of Wisconsin, Marathon County
— University of Wisconsin, Marinette
— University of Wisconsin, Marshfield/Wood County
— University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
— University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
— University of Wisconsin, Parkside
— University of Wisconsin, Platteville
— University of Wisconsin, Richland
— University of Wisconsin, River Falls
— University of Wisconsin, Rock County
— University of Wisconsin, Sheboygan
— University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
— University of Wisconsin, Stout
— University of Wisconsin, Superior
— University of Wisconsin, Washington County
— University of Wisconsin, Waukesha
— University of Wisconsin, Whitewater

Viterbo University


Casper College
Northern Wyoming Community College District [2 campuses]
— Gillette College
— Sheridan College

Meet the Clearinghouse Coordinator

Genny Beemyn is the director of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst’s Stonewall Center, the LGBTQIA campus resource center. Genny has published and spoken extensively on the experiences and needs of trans people, particularly the lives of gender-nonconforming students. They have written or edited nine books/journal issues, including special issues of the Journal of LGBT Youth on “Trans Youth” and “Supporting Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming Children and Youth” and a special issue of the Journal of Homosexuality on “LGBTQ Campus Experiences.” Genny and Sue Rankin wrote The Lives of Transgender People (Columbia University Press, 2011). Genny’s most recent book is A Queer Capital: A History of Gay Life in Washington, D.C. (Routledge, 2014). They are currently writing Campus Queer: The Experiences and Needs of LGBTQ College Students for Johns Hopkins University Press. In addition to being the coordinator of the Clearinghouse, Genny is also an editorial board member of the Journal of LGBT Youth, the Journal of Bisexuality, the Journal of Homosexuality, and the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice. They have a Ph.D. in African American Studies and Master’s degrees in African American Studies, American Studies, and Higher Education Administration.