Trans-Supportive Campus Policies

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Trans-Supportive Campus Policies

Whether you are a student looking for information about campuses that have trans-inclusive policies or an administrator looking for ideas to make your campus more trans-supportive, you may find helpful information on these pages about Trans-Supportive Campus Policies.

Background of this research project

Genny Beemyn began tracking trans-supportive campus policies in 2004 for the Transgender Law and Policy Institute (TLPI). When the TLPI website was discontinued in 2013, Genny moved their data to the Campus Pride website and became their Trans Policy Clearinghouse Coordinator. Genny continues to make updates to this data on the Trans Policy Clearinghouse and on these pages.