Our current list can be found below. As more locations are identified, they will be added to the list. For locations of gender-neutral restrooms in other cities, click here.
|Texas State Gender-Neutral Restrooms|
|Main Campus Locations:|
|Beretta Hall||Third floor|
|Brogdon Hall||Second floor|
|Commons||Front west foyer|
|Elliot Hall Administrative Building||Two gender-neutral restrooms in building|
|Lampasas||Fourth floor (from the courtyard, enter Lampasas and turn right at the hallway immediately after you enter the building. The restroom is located at the end of the hall)|
|Laurel Hall||First floor|
|LBJ Student Center||Third floor (next to the elevators by the conference rooms)|
|Student Health Center||First floor (located in the patient area. This restrooms is unisex)|
|Second floor (take the elevator or stairs to the second floor and travel around the stairwell to the main hallway, the two gender neutral restrooms will be located mid way down the hall on your left)|
|Theatre Building||First Floor|
|Undergraduate Admissions Building:||First floor (located in the hallway next to the staircase on your left, not wheelchair accessible)|
|Second floor (located on your right after you reach the top of the stairs, not wheelchair accessible)|
|Round Rock Campus Locations:|
|Nursing Building||First Floor (next to the women's restroom)|
Frequently Asked Questions about Gender-Neutral Restrooms
- Why do we need gender-neutral facilities?
- Why should transgender people recieve special privileges?
- I do not know any transgender people at my school, workplace, etc. Why should we make gender-neutral restrooms for people who are not even here?
- Our culture often is a violent one. What about women who are survivors of sexual assualt by men and are afraid of sharing a restroom with them?