Pacific University offers more than 30 all-gender restrooms on its campuses to serve the needs of our diverse community.
Pacific’s all-gender restrooms are single-user spaces that are open to anyone. Each lockable space includes a toilet and sink and is open to anyone. A list of locations is available below, and these all-gender restrooms are clearly marked with the sign to the right.
All-gender restrooms are one way that Pacific University works to provide a safer space for all students, faculty, staff and community members. All-gender restrooms help serve the needs of trans and gender nonconforming people, as well as families with children and alter-abled people who may require an attendant of a different gender.
Forest Grove Campus
Berglund Hall, bottom floor
Cascade Hall, each floor
Carnegie Hall, first and second floors
Clark Hall, first floor off main lobby and third floor
Jefferson Hall, second floor (staff only)
Marsh Hall, third floor
McCormick Hall, second floor behind front desk
Rogers, back of building
Scott Hall, first floor behind the elevator
Student Counseling & Health Center, three throughout
Vandervelden Court, first floor near laundry
Walter Hall, first floor off main lobby
Washburne Hall University Center, main floor Starbucks and near Boxer Pause
7th Avenue Medical Plaza, inside Pacific University Student Counseling & Health Center
Creighton Hall, second floor near Dental Hygiene Clinic
Building Two, first and second floors (staff only)
History of All-Gender Restrooms at Pacific
The creation of designated all-gender restrooms at Pacific University was instigated by a request of the Undergraduate Student Senate, with support from the Professional Student Senate and Center for Gender Equity.
In January 2016, all existing, locking, single-user restrooms were updated with new signage designating them as all-gender spaces. The initial movement created 34 all-gender spaces.