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Clark University values and supports its LGBTQIA+ community members — students, faculty, and staff. On this page, you will find information and resources to help you navigate your Clark experience, on campus and beyond. Stay tuned for more information regarding future programming and other initiatives.

University Policies

RLH Gender-Inclusive Policy

All students in University housing may select to live with a roommate of a different gender in accordance with the gender-inclusive housing policy.  Additionally, all gendered spaces are assigned based on students’ self-identified gender.

Want to know more? Contact Amanda Cefaratti, Assistant Director for Housing Operations, at

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All-Gender Bathroom List

View a list of all-gender (and single stall) bathrooms on Clark’s campus. The original gender-neutral bathroom project was spearheaded by Oliver McCormick ’24 and was a continuation of work started by previous student groups.

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Name Change Process

Clark recognizes that some community members wish to use a first name other than a legal first name to identify themselves. We will display a preferred first name in place of your legal first name in many, but not all, internal systems and reports.

Update Your Preferred First Name


E. Tejada III

E. Tejada III (they/them) serves in the dynamic new position of Associate Director for Gender and Sexuality in the Office  for Identity, Student Engagement, and Access. Within their role, they seek to foster just and inclusive practices while advocating for equitable access and support for underrepresented communities.  Additionally, their research around Trans inclusive practices on college campuses has shaped their training, presentations, and campus advocacy since 2016. Feel free to reach out to E. for questions, resources, or ways to get engaged with LGBTQIA+ efforts at Clark.

Email E. Tejada III

Student Groups and Affinity Spaces

Trans and Gender Diverse Support and Discussion Group

The Trans and Gender Diverse Support and Discussion Group provides an affinity space for those that are trans (binary or non-binary), gender diverse, and/or navigating or questioning aspects of their gender. Each session is co-facilitated by students and staff in seeking to provide access to a trans-inclusive community at Clark.

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QTSOC (Queer and Trans Students of Color)

This group provides an affinity space for BIPOC students who are LGBTQIA+ or are questioning their gender and sexuality. We will engage in conversations around intersections of identity, support one another, and build community; each session is co-facilitated by students and staff.

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Prism serves LGBTQIA+ students at Clark and is dedicated to improving support and awareness within the community. Prism holds annual events throughout the school year such as Coming Out Stories, Trans Day of Remembrance, and Pride Prom. Additionally, Prism provides services for students: a queer library, clothing swap, and a binder exchange.

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Interested in career resources for LGBTQIA+ students?

Stories of LGBTQIA+ Community and Research at Clark

LGBTQIA History month

‘We see you, and you are enough’

Clark University plans events to honor LGBTQ+ History Month

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Abbie Goldberg

‘What about our rights?’

Professor’s research spotlights concerns of LGBTQ parents in Florida

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Clark University alumni affinity group

Affinity group helps LGBTQ+ alumni stay connected

Members find support across age groups

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Jonas Clark Hall with pride flag overlay

Celebrate Pride

Join the Clark community in celebrating Pride throughout the year! Download virtual backgrounds or pick a frame to add to your social media profile.

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