Colleges and Universities that Cover Transition-Related Medical Expenses Under Student Health Insurance

At least 150 colleges and universities cover hormones and gender-affirming surgeries for transitioning students. At least 28 cover just hormones (**).

Developed by Genny Beemyn. Last updated 3/10/23.


Arizona State University
Northern Arizona University
University of Arizona


California Institute of Technology
Claremont McKenna College
Harvey Mudd College
Mills College
Occidental College
Otis College of Art & Design
Pitzer College

Pomona College
Scripps College

Stanford University

University of California system [10 colleges]
— 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 Southern California


Colorado School of Mines**
Colorado State University
Metropolitan State University of Denver**
University of Colorado, Boulder
University of Colorado, Denver
University of Denver
University of Northern Colorado**


Central Connecticut State University
Connecticut College
Eastern Connecticut State University
Southern Connecticut State University
Trinity College
University of Connecticut
Western Connecticut State University
Yale University


University of Delaware

District of Columbia

American University
George Washington University


Emory University


Northern Illinois University
Northwestern University
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
University of Chicago
University of Illinois, Chicago
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign


Earlham College
Indiana University
Purdue University


University of Iowa


Kansas State University**


University of Louisville


Tulane University**


Bowdoin College
University of Maine** [7 campuses]
— 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
Johns Hopkins University
Maryland Institute College of Art
University of Maryland


Amherst College
Babson College
Berklee College of Music
Boston University
Brandeis University
Bridgewater State University
Clark University
Emerson College
Hampshire College
Harvard University
Lesley University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mount Holyoke College
Northeastern University
Simmons University
Smith College
Suffolk University
Tufts University
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
Wellesley College


Eastern Michigan University
Kalamazoo College
Michigan State University
University of Michigan


University of Minnesota [5 campuses]
— University of Minnesota, Crookston
— University of Minnesota, Duluth
— University of Minnesota, Morris
— University of Minnesota, Rochester
— University of Minnesota, Twin Cities


University of Missouri, Columbia
University of Missouri, Kansas City**
Washington University in St. Louis


Montana State University, Bozeman


University of Nebraska, Lincoln
University of Nebraska, Omaha

New Hampshire

Dartmouth College
University of New Hampshire**

New Jersey

The College of New Jersey
Kean University
Montclair State University
Princeton University
Rowan University
Rutgers University

New York

Colgate University
Columbia University
Cornell University
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Ithaca College**
The New School
New York University
Pace University
Rochester Institute of Technology**
State University of New York, Oneonta**
State University of New York, New Paltz
State University of New York, Plattsburgh**

Stony Brook University
University at Buffalo**
University of Rochester
Vassar College

North Carolina

Duke University
Guilford College
North Carolina State University**


Case Western University
Cleveland State University
Kent State University
Kenyon College**
Miami University
Ohio State University
Ohio University
University of Cincinnati
Wright State University**


Lewis and Clark College**
Oregon State University
Portland State University
Reed College
University of Oregon
Willamette University


Allegheny College**
Carnegie Mellon University
Drexel University
Gettysburg College
Haverford College
Lehigh University
Pennsylvania State University
Point Park University
Swarthmore College**
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pittsburgh
Widener University**

Rhode Island

Brown University
University of Rhode Island

South Carolina

University of South Carolina**


Vanderbilt University


University of Utah


Southern Methodist University
Texas State University
Texas Tech University**
University of Houston
University of North Texas**
University of Texas, Austin
University of Texas, Dallas


Champlain College
University of Vermont


University of Virginia
Virginia Tech


University of Washington
Washington State University


University of Wisconsin, Madison



Meet the Clearinghouse Coordinator

Genny Beemyn, Ph.D., is the director of the UMass Amherst Stonewall Center, the campus LGBTQIA+ center. They have published and spoken extensively on the experiences and needs of trans college students, including writing some of the first articles on the topic in the 2000s. Among the books Genny has written are The Lives of Transgender People (2011); A Queer Capital: A History of Gay Life in Washington, D.C. (2014); and the anthology Trans People in Higher Education (2019). With Abbie Goldberg, they edited The Encyclopedia of Trans Studies (2021). They are currently writing Campus Queer: Addressing the Needs of LGBTQ+ College Students with Mickey Eliason for Johns Hopkins University Press. In addition to being the coordinator of the Clearinghouse, Genny is an editorial board member of the Journal of LGBT Youth, the Journal of Bisexuality, the Journal of Lesbian Studies, and the Journal of Homosexuality. They have a Ph.D. in African American Studies and master’s degrees in African American Studies, American Studies, and Higher Education Administration. More about Genny can be found on their website: