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

89 colleges and universities cover hormones and gender-affirming surgeries for students.

American University
Amherst College
Babson College
Bowdoin College
Bridgewater State University
Brown University 
California Institute of Technology 
Carnegie Mellon University
Case Western University
Champlain College
Clark University
Colorado State University
The College of New Jersey
Columbia University
Connecticut College
Cornell University 
Dartmouth College
Duke University
Emerson College 
Emory University 
Harvard University 
Johns Hopkins University
Kean University
Lesley University
Montclair State University
Mount Holyoke College
New York University 
Northeastern University
Northern Arizona University
Northwestern University
Ohio State University
Ohio University (graduate students only)
Oregon State University
Pace University
Pennsylvania State University
Portland State University 
Purdue University
Rowan University
Rutgers University
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Smith College
Stanford University 
Stony Brook University 
Trinity College
Tufts University
University of Arizona
University of California, Berkeley 
University of California, Davis 
University of California, Hastings College of the Law 
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 Colorado, Boulder 
University of Colorado, Denver
University of Connecticut 
University of Delaware
University of Houston, Main Campus
University of Illinois, Chicago
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
University of Louisville
University of Maryland
University of Massachusetts, Amherst 
University of Michigan 
University of Minnesota 
University of Missouri 
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
University of Oregon 
University of Pennsylvania 
University of Rochester
University of Southern California
University of Texas, Arlington
University of Texas, Austin
University of Texas, Dallas
University of Texas, El Paso
University of Texas, Permian basin
University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley
University of Texas, San Antonio
University of Texas, Tyler
University of Vermont 
University of Washington 
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Vanderbilt University
Washington University in St. Louis 
Yale University

23 Colleges and Universities Cover Just Hormones for Students 
Allegheny College
Brandeis University 
Colorado School of Mines
Eastern Michigan University
Guilford College
Ithaca College 
Kansas State University
Lewis and Clark College
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Princeton University
State University of New York, College at Oneonta
Suffolk University 
Tulane University
University at Buffalo
University of Chicago 
University of Iowa
University of Maine, Machias
University of Maryland
University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
University of Minnesota, Morris
University of New Hampshire 
Vassar College
Widener University

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 nonbinary college students. They have written or edited eleven books/journal issues, including A Queer Capital: A History of Gay Life in Washington, D.C. (Routledge, 2014) and The Lives of Transgender People (Columbia University Press, 2011) with Sue Rankin. Genny’s most recent book is an anthology, Trans People in Higher Education (SUNY Press, 2019). 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 also an editorial board member of the Journal of LGBT Youth, the Journal of Bisexuality, 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.