UIC is committed to full inclusion and participation of all individuals in all aspects of university life. Further, UIC seeks to provide an academic, social and physical environment that makes students, staff, faculty, alumni, and other individuals of all gender identities and expressions feel safe and welcome on our campus.
The University of Illinois and UIC include sexual orientation and gender identity in the University's Non-Discrimination Statement.
If you experience harassment or bias due to your sexual orientation or gender identity or expression, please contact the Office of Access and Equity.
Campus Records and IDs
Students, faculty, and staff at UIC may use a first name other than their legal name to identify themselves for a variety of reasons. UIC's Gender and Sexual Center maintains a campus records resource guide to help guides student who seek to change or update a preferred name, legal name, or gender marker with the University.
Consistent with UIC's commitment to human dignity, everyone at UIC has the right to use bathroom facilities that correspond to their sex or Gender Identity or to utilize single-stall bathroom facilities that are designated gender-inclusive. Further no one is allowed to require that an individual show any form of identification in order to use a bathroom facility at UIC.
UIC has implemented the Nondiscriminatory Bathroom Access policy to ensure that everyone at UIC feels safe in bathroom facilities and welcomed on campus regardless of their sex, sexual orientation, or Gender Identity. In addition, this policy fosters compliance with state and federal laws concerning human rights, harassment, and discrimination
UIC's Gender and Sexuality Center maintains a regularly updated list of single-stall all-gender restrooms on campus.
UIC's Office of Facility and Space Planning compiled a list of single-stall all-gender restrooms via a space inventory analysis.