Colleges and Universities that have a Trans-Inclusive Athletic Policy

At least 57 Colleges and Universities Have a Trans-Inclusive Athletic Policy. Schools that participate in the Campus Pride Sports Index are indicated by **.

Last updated 1/25/22. (Note: the NCAA issued new rules for trans athlete participation on 1/19/22). 

California

California State University, Chico**
California State University, Long Beach**
California State University, Sacramento
Stanford University
University of California, Berkeley

Colorado

University of Colorado, Boulder**

Georgia

Emory University**

Illinois

Dominican University

Iowa

Cornell College
Grinnell College
Iowa State University

Louisiana

Louisiana State University

Maine

Bates College

Maryland

Goucher College
McDaniel College
University of Maryland

Massachusetts

Brandeis University
Bridgewater State University**
Harvard University
Mount Holyoke College
Springfield College
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Wellesley College
Williams College

Michigan

Grand Valley State University

Minnesota

Augsburg University**
Carleton College**
Macalester College
St. Olaf College

New York

Colgate University**
Hartwick College
Ithaca College**
The Sage Colleges
Sarah Lawrence College
SUNY, Purchase
University at Buffalo

North Carolina

University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Ohio

Marietta College
Miami University
Oberlin College
Ohio State University

Oregon

Lewis and Clark College
Willamette University

Pennsylvania

Bryn Mawr College
Clarion University**
Haverford College
Lafayette College
Lehigh University**
Saint Joseph’s University

South Carolina

Clemson University
Coastal Carolina University

Texas

University of Houston**

Vermont

University of Vermont

Virginia

George Mason University
University of Richmond**

Washington

Washington State University
Whitman College

 

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: www.gennyb.com.