Washington University School of Medicine has all-gender restrooms throughout the Medical Campus. Below are the locations on campus.

For more information on these spaces, please view the floorplans.

If you have any questions about gender-neutral restrooms, please contact Michelle Lewis.

Locations of all gender restrooms

  • 4444 Forest Park, 1065
  • 4533 Clayton (CID Dorm), 1006, 1007, 3006, 3007
  • 620 S Taylor, 1004, 1005
  • Barnard, 2253, 6006
  • Becker Medical Library, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2021
  • Biotechnology Building, 4006, 4007
  • Cancer Research Building, 3006, 3008, 4006, 4008, 5006, 5008, 6006, 6008
  • Couch Biomedical Research Building , 4006
  • Maternity Building, 4006
  • McDonnell Sciences Building, 9016
  • McMillan Building, 12021
  • Mid Campus Center, 1023, 3023, 5023, 7023, 9023, 11023
  • Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology Building, 2092, 2093, 8094
  • Neuroscience Research Building, 1026, 1024, 1322 (DCM-only), 1323 (DCM-only), 6002, 8002, 10002
  • Olin Residence Hall, 107
  • Wohl Clinic, 3010, 4010, 5010, 6009, 6010, 7009,7010, 8009
  • Wohl Hospital, 14, 15, 5009, 5010, 6007, 6008, 8007, 8008

Restrooms and locker/shower room guidelines

Washington University School of Medicine’s guideline is that all employees are permitted to use the facilities that correspond with their gender identity. For example, a person who identifies as a man is permitted to use men’s restrooms and a person who identifies as a woman is permitted to use women’s restrooms. All employees should determine the most appropriate and safest option for themselves.

Washington University School of Medicine has provided single-occupancy, all-gender restrooms, where possible.

Any WUSM employee may choose to use the all-gender restrooms, but no one, including a transgender person, is required to use them.

As with restrooms, all employees have the right to use the locker/shower room appropriate to their gender identity.

Conversations with co-workers about restroom and locker/shower room access concerns are usually best handled by the educational expert at the initial meeting as they have the experience to deal with the matter appropriately. Co-workers who still have personal concerns about sharing a restroom or locker room with a transgender individual should be invited to have an honest discussion with an appropriate manager or HR representative. In the long run, co-workers uncomfortable with sharing a restroom with a transgender individual should be the ones asked to travel to a different floor or work area to use the facilities (do not ask the transgender person to go out of their way).