In an ongoing commitment to develop an inclusive environment for people of all genders, Washington and Lee University has begun to designate certain restrooms on campus as All-Genders Restrooms.
A weekly confidential support group held off-campus for those questioning or exploring their sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
A variety of books and pamphlets are available in the Resource Center.
All of these faculty and staff members are out in the W&L community. Click on their names to be redirected to their contact information.
Thanks to the generosity of a W&L alumni, this new award recognizes a student that shows outstanding leadership to improve the lives of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer communities on the Washington and Lee campus and/or in the surrounding local area. The first Community Catalyst Award will be presented at the 2018 LEAD Banquet.
An ally is a person who supports LGBTQ+ people both personally and on a broader social level. This includes advocating for equal civil rights and gender equality, supporting LGBTQ+ social movements, and challenging prejudice, discrimination, and other anti-LGBTQ+ occurrences in everyday life.