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The Pride Center - Serving SDSU's LGBTQ Community

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SafeZones 101: Submit your training request here! 

Gender Neutral Restrooms

In 2014, SDSU LGBTQ+ students led the movement towards increasing gender-neutral restrooms on the SDSU campus. Since then, SDSU has been working hard to provide this necessary resource for our trans and gender non-conforming community. As of spring 2017, the university has increased its number of gender neutral restrooms to 22 spaces. This increase has been done by transforming single-stall restrooms with signs that are more inclusive to all. The university has continued to work towards more accessibility of these spaces by renovating existing spaces and including gender-neutral restrooms in new campus construction. The University currently has multiple gender-neutral restroom projects in construction and in the planning stages. The Pride Center will continue to use this website to keep you updated on all new news related to gender-neutral restrooms on campus


Current SDSU Campus Gender Neutral Restrooms:

  • The Pride Center (Located at the entrance of the building)
  • The Women's Resouce Center (Located at the entrance to the building) 
  • The Women's Resource Center (Located at the rear of the building)
  • Exercise & Nutritional Science Building (Room 292 A)
  • Education & Business Administration Building (2nd floor, north end)
  • Education & Business Administration Building (3rd floor, north end)
  • North Education (Room 76)
  • West Commons (Room 200 A)
  • Zura Hall (Room B121) *For resident use only
  • Zura Hall (Room B122) *For resident use only
  • Speach, Language,and Hearing Sciences (2nd Floor, 2 locations)
  • Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union (1st floor in Aztec Lanes)
  • Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union (1st floor near Starbucks)
  • Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union (2nd floor in the CIR)
  • Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union (3rd floor in the ARC)
  • Scripps Cottage (2 locations) *Open during events 
  • South Campus Plaza (2 Locations) *For resident use only
  • Calpulli Building 1st Floor (Hardy Entrance, 1st Floor) *Multi-Stall Restroom 
  • Love Library (Multi-stall Restroom) (24 Hour Space)
  • Peterson Gym  (with Shower Space) 
  • Professional Studies & Fine Arts - Confucious Center (2 locations

Gender Neutral Restrooms Coming Soon

  • New Engineering Building 

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Organizations and Contact Information

Chief Diversity Officer

Dr. Aaron Bruce,

The Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) serves as the university’s executive level diversity and inclusion strategist. Working with the president and senior university leaders, the CDO collaborates with departments across the institution to achieve the diversity mission of the university. 


SafeZones@SDSU works to ensure a campus atmosphere that is welcoming, informative, educational, and safe for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and ally (LGBTQQIA) students, faculty, staff, administrators and members of the campus community.

Lavender Graduation

Lavender Graduation is open to all students graduating Spring Semester who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or are allies. Students receive a certificate and rainbow cord to wear with your academic regalia during commencement and an invitation to join the LGBT Alumni Chapter.

LGBT Aztec Alumni

LGBT Aztec Alumni's mission is to promote & support the relationships between SDSU's LGBT Alumni, current students, administration and the community who support them. Utilizing events throughout the year, LGBT Aztec Alumni connect these groups for social and professional networking. 

The President's Advisory Committee on Equality (PACE)

The President's Advisory Committee on Equality (PACE) serves as the body of dedicated, diverse, campus and community leaders, who are recognized by the Office of the President in an advisory capacity. The group focuses on advising and supporting the Office of the President through the Director of Diversity in several important areas.