St. Mary’s College of Maryland implements gender-neutral housing

A recent open-housing policy at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, inspired by American, Brown and Brandeis Universities, allows students to room with someone of the opposite sex. This policy is designed to combat cissexual-centered and heteronormative thinking and give students the opportunity to dorm based off of self-identification. Students will only be entered into the program if they […]

Syracuse and Princeton explore mixed gender housing

While Georgetown is currently tackling the issue of gender neutral bathrooms, Syracuse and Princeton are taking it a step further by beginning to offer gender-neutral housing. Both universities decided that next fall, they will allow students to room with someone of the opposite sex.  The policies were changed with LGBT students in mind, but will […]