Does Iowa State have gender-inclusive or "gender-neutral" restrooms?
Yes. See our map of gender-inclusive restrooms. Any student who desires increased privacy when using restroom facilities may use these restrooms.
If I am trans or gender non-conforming, what restrooms can I use on campus?
Students may either use the restroom that
aligns with their gender identity or with their sex assigned at birth.
Students may use whichever restroom they feel most safe and comfortable
using. Gender-inclusive restrooms are one of the many restroom options
available to all students on campus.
What about gender-inclusive locker rooms or private changing areas in gym facilities on campus?
State Gym has gender-inclusive changing rooms (rooms 1223A and 1223B on the first floor) which consist of a single stall restroom with a lock on the door, a shower, and ample space for changing. State Gym also has single changing stalls with locks on the doors in the women's locker room.
Just like restrooms, students may either use the locker room/changing room that aligns with their gender identity or with their sex assigned at birth. We encourage students to use the locker rooms/changing rooms where they feel the most safe and comfortable.