Health and counseling services
Our Student Health and Counseling Services staff have experience working with transgender students and can provide general healthcare, counseling and support, as they do for all students. Effective 2014-2015, students enrolled in the student health plan will receive comprehensive coverage for transgender healthcare. Contact the health center or the insurance provider for more information. For more comprehensive transgender health services, see:
日本一本道a不卡免费Access to public accommodations has been a central struggle of many civil rights movements throughout history, including that of African Americans, disability rights activists and LGBTQIA people. Restrooms, locker rooms, dressing rooms and changing areas are common spaces that we navigate on a daily basis; they also serve as lightning rods for the enforcement of gender norms, the policing of transgender people, and sadly, a significant amount of violence. Gender inclusive restrooms are one small but important step in making the world a safer place for transgender and gender non-conforming people.
Connecticut College has gender-inclusive restrooms in most academic buildings and nearly all residence halls. Click here to view the gender-inclusive restroom locations list日本一本道a不卡免费. Additionally, the Connecticut College Student Handbook features a bathroom access statement that affirms the rights of community members to use the bathroom that best corresponds to their gender identity.