Want to learn more about transgender resources offered here at the University of Arizona, and beyond? Browse through the various sections below.
- University of Arizona United Health Care Gender Affirming Surgery Guidebook
- "Transgender Benefit" for access to medically necessary, gender-confirming healthcare.
- Aetna's Trans Benefit: Top Surgery
- Campus Health for LGBTQIAA+ Students
- Community Resource- El Rio Healthcare
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.
When: Mondays from 4pm-5pm
Where: Zoom, check the mental health resources page for more information
This group is designed for UA students who are dealing with gender identities outside of the traditional binary system, whether transitioning from the gender assigned at birth, identifying as some combination of genders, neither gender, or questioning the role of gender in their lives. Terms such as nonbinary, two-spirit, agender, gender-queer, gender-fluid, transgender (and more) have been used to describe these identities. This is a discussion based group for those who are looking to connect with other people experiencing similar feelings relating to their gender identity, deal with family and friends’ reactions, identify options of a transition process, and gather resources and support for issues related to gender.
For more information contact Kelly Kurtz, LMFT, at (520) 626-3100 or email@example.com
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.
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.