Salisbury University is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive campus community where all campus community members and visitors are welcomed and supported. As part of this resolve, we are proud to announce that Salisbury University has designated 18 all-gender restrooms throughout our campus, which can be readily identified by new signage.
Everyone deserves equal access to our facilities. Our goal is to eliminate barriers and improve accessibility for all persons regardless of gender, disability, religion, age, etc. by providing facilities that are accommodating for all who come to our campus. This includes transgender or gender non-conforming individuals, disable individuals who may require help from an assistant who is not of the same gender, parents and caregivers whose children are a different gender from them, etc.
In particular, gender diversity is welcomed on our campus. By offering all-gender restroom options, the University hopes to increase access, comfort and safety in its facilities. All are welcome to use the facilities that are right for them, whether all-gender restrooms or the restroom that best fits their gender identity and expression.
As of April 4, 2017, the list of all-gender restrooms on our main campus is as follows:
Devilbiss Science Hall
Guerrieri Academic Commons
Conway Hall (formerly TETC)
In our ongoing effort to increase accessibility to our facilities, we will continue to look for ways to incorporate more all-gender restrooms throughout our campus through the conversion of additional existing spaces and their integration into future building and renovation plans.
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