A guide to gender inclusive washrooms at UBC

Gender inclusive washrooms have been gaining popularity at universities across Canada, and have been established at many. UBC is among the list of institutions attempting to make all students on campus feel comfortable and safe while using public washrooms.

The Equity and Inclusion Office, Access and Diversity, Pride UBC, Land and Building Services, and the Access and Diversity Council have been involved in creating over 50 gender inclusive washrooms across campus.

North Campus:

  • Brock Hall East
  • Buchanan Block E
  • Buchanan Tower
  • Chan Centre
  • First Nations House of Learning
  • Koerner House (GSS)
  • Koerner University Centre (Sage Restaurant)
  • Lasserre building
  • Liu Institute for Global Issues
  • Mary Bollert Hall
  • Museum of Anthropology
  • Old Administration Building

Central Campus:

  • Centre for Brain Health
  • Chemistry North
  • David Lam Management Building
  • English Language Institute
  • Food, Nutrition, and Health Building
  • General Services and Administration Building
  • Henning’s Building
  • Jack Bell Building for the School of Social Work
  • Koerner Library
  • Leonard S. Klinck Building
  • Medical Sciences Block C
  • Ponderosa Commons (Mercante CafĂ©)
  • Scarfe Building
  • Student Health Service (UBC Hospital)
  • Student Union Building (SUB)
  • Instructional Resources Centre
  • Woodward Library
  • UBC Bookstore

South Campus:

  • Beatty Biodiversity Museum
  • Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability (CIRS)
  • Earth and Ocean Sciences
  • Earth and Ocean Sciences (South)
  • Earth Sciences Building
  • Hugh Dempster Pavilion
  • Institute for Computing, Information, and Cognitive Systems (ICICS)
  • John Owen Pavilion
  • Fred Kaiser Building
  • Kenny Building
  • MacLeod Building
  • Swing Space Building
  • The Engineering Student Centre
  • University Sciences Building