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Bathrooms for Everyone: Single-User Unisex-Designated Accessible Washrooms


The best bathroom is one that is designed to anticipate and accomodate the many different needs of people likely to be using the facilities. Three of the most common barriers that prevent people from accessing bathrooms in public spaces include lack of physical accessibility, lack of privacy, and cultural norms offering an extremely narrow range of possiblities in terms of gender identity and presentation.

Training and Workshops


Training for Faculty, Staff, and Graduate Students

 

LGBTTQ Library


There are many collections of books, DVDs, and journals on queer and trans issues in and around McGill that are accessible to the general public whether for research or leisure reading. Below is a partial listing of alternative resource centres both on and off campus.

Alternative Resource Library


LGBTQ Resources

There are many collections of books, DVDs, and journals on queer and trans issues in and around McGill that are accessible to the general public whether for research or leisure reading.

Here is a partial listing of alternative resource centres both on and off campus:

Preferred First Name


NEW!  Use your Preferred First Name on your McGill ID card, Minerva class lists, and Student Advising transcripts.

Your preferred first name is the name by which you are normally addressed, and can be different than your legal first name. The Preferred First Name Procedure enables students to use an alternate preferred first name for certain purposes while studying at McGill.

Trainings and Workshops


Together with the LGBTQ Advisor, the Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Advisor offers a range of training services. This year, the SEDE advisors are proud to offer the Safer Spaces Workshops. This suite of three workshops covers issues of: