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Gender-Neutral Restrooms

In 2011 the Department of Residence Life implemented a Diversity Committee initiative to transition bathrooms across multiple residence halls to become Gender Neutral Bathrooms. Marked with the sign you see below, these bathrooms provide a safe place for individuals of all genders to utilize. Instead of a “Unisex” sign, the language “Gender Neutral” was specifically chosen to welcome all genders and spark educational conversations. In doing so, we hope to accommodate our valued minority population while additionally educating our majority. All bathrooms have lockable doors for privacy. As renovations occur, additional gender neutral bathrooms will be added.

 

Gender Neutral Restrooms
HallLocation
BurgumLobby, near main desk
ChurchillTwo on each floor and basement
DinanLobby, near main desk & one on each floor
JohnsonEast stack floors 1, 2, 3 and basement
N WeibleBasement & next to main office
Niskanen HallCommunity Center (2)
Niskanen HallMain building, hall office
PavekLobby (2)
ReedTwo on each floor, and one in basement
Reed/JohnsonLobby
S WeibleBasement
SeimLobby (2)
StockbridgeTwo per floor & next to main office


“Because gender-diverse students are often subject to harassment and violence when using male or female-specific campus restrooms, a rapidly growing number of colleges and universities are creating gender-neutral bathrooms, either through renovations or by simply changing the signs on single-stall male/female restrooms." Transgendered Law and Policy Institute (transgenderlaw.org)


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North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-7557 / Fax: (701) 231-7599
Campus address: Bison Court West 
Physical/delivery address: 1415 14th St N, Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 3430 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
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