Gender-Inclusive Services at Eastern
Gender-Inclusive On-Campus Housing
Eastern Connecticut State University offers Gender-Inclusive Housing for upperclassmen and freshmen through its Theme Housing initiative.
What is Theme Housing?
Theme housing at Eastern brings together students with similar interests to live together within the same area of a residence hall. Theme housing serves as an additional opportunity for students to gain leadership, academic and social skills.
GENDER INCLUSIVE – This community will serve as a supportive and welcoming environment for students who have an interest in being as inclusive as possible as it pertains to gender identities and gender expression and would find comfort in living with others who have similar interests. Students within this community will have the option of receiving support from Campus Safe Space Allies as well as the Pride Center.
Want to know more? Contact the Office of Housing and Residential Life!
Office of Housing and Residential Life
83 Windham Street
Willimantic, CT 06226
The following restrooms are single-occupancy, and not labeled by gender. If you are aware of any inaccuracies or missing restrooms on this list, please contact the Pride Center.
|Health Services||Ground Floor - 2 bathrooms
1st Floor - 2 bathrooms
|1st floor - 1 bathroom
2nd floor - 1 bathroom
3rd floor - 1 bathroom
4th floor - 1 bathroom
Computer Lab Area
|4th floor - 2 bathrooms|
|Center for Community Engagement|
(333 Prospect St)
|1st floor - 2 bathrooms
2nd floor - 1 bathroom
| Residence Halls|
|All lobby bathrooms|
|Fine Arts Instructional Center (FAIC)||1st floor, hallway next to ticket booth for main stage.|
Transgender-Inclusive Student Health Insurance
The CSU system Colleges and Universities now offer a student health insurance plan that is inclusive for care related to gender identity. If you have purchased the student health insurance plan, this will cover many of your gender identity related health costs. Covered health costs include areas of healthcare such as mental health and counseling services, pharmaceuticals and hormone therapy, and coverage for some surgical procedures. An overall summary of benefits can be downloaded here.
For more information on trans-related surgical procedures covered by the Aetna Student Health plan, please visit Aetna’s website.
Preferred First Name Policy
Did you know that you can now use your preferred first name on different Eastern documents such as class rosters, unofficial transcripts, and your Expre$$ student ID card? Check out the
Preferred First Name Procedure and Information page on the Office of the Registrar’s website to learn more!