Want to learn more about transgender resources offered here at the University of Arizona, and beyond? Browse through the various sections below.

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  • Marsha's Place Living Learning Community 
    • Starting Fall 2023, live on-campus in a dorm that celebrates and centers LGBTQ+2S experiences and community! This new residential program is intended to provide an affirming, welcoming, and comfortable space for LGBTQ+2S (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer + Two-Spirit) residents to connect with other queer and trans students at the UA.
    • Through a partnership with LGBTQ+2S Resource Center, Marsha’s Place* residents can expect academic, social, and mental health support specific to queer and trans experiences and programs that center anti-racist, anti-colonial, and anti-oppression values. 
    • Located in Yavapai dorm
    • *Marsha’s Place refers to the prominent trans rights activist Marsha P. Johnson, a Black trans woman who participated in the Stonewall riots and was a co-founder of S.T.A.R. (Street Transgender Action Revolutionaries).
    • Website to learn more and apply for Marsha's Place 
  • Click here to check out other gender inclusive housing options
  • Email housing@arizona.edu with any questions 

  • At the University of Arizona
  • In the state of Arizona


There are two all gender restrooms right next door to the LGBTQ+2S Resource Center on th 4th floor of the student union. 

For a complete map of All Gender Facilities at the University of Arizona, please visit the campus map (http://map.arizona.edu/), click on "Health & Safety," and filter for "All Gender Restrooms" (the purple toilet icon). For details on a specific location, click on the specific icon. Some locations will have multiple bathrooms, including sex specific restrooms. In these cases, you will see some black arrows in the upper right-hand corner of the dialogue box to scroll through.

Campus Map of All Gender Bathrooms

When: Mondays from 4pm-5pm
Where: Student Union, 4th floor, room 412

Join our CAPS liaison, Momo Cabrera (they/them), for a FREE, weekly, confidential discussion group. This groups connects trans and gender non-conforming students to each other so they can find community and discuss topics related to gender and more. 

For more information contact Momo Cabrera (they/them) at mcabrera@gmail.com

  • Non-discrimination and anti-harassment policy
  • Statement on restroom access


  • Resources 
  • Films
  • Online Content 


This program is run through the Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences clinic. The cost is out of pocket and the initial session/evaluation is $300 and after that, its $80 per 1 hr session. Please call the clinic for more information and to set up an appointment. Email the center at ualgbtq@gmail.com if you need support paying for services. 

Program Director: Janet L. Hawley

phone: (520) 621-7070

Students may designate the pronouns they use to identify themselves. Instructors and staff are encourage to use the pronouns that people use for themselves as a sign of respect and inclusion.