Boston University students can now choose gender neutral housing
- Boston University announced Tuesday that president Robert A. Brown approved gender neutral housing options for most students.
- The school will begin offering the housing option as early as this fall, with bedrooms, suites or apartments in specified buildings able to be shared by students of differing genders.
- At least 90 colleges and universities nationwide have gender neutral housing options, including other Boston-area schools like Northeastern University, MIT, Harvard University, Tufts University and Brandeis University.
From the article:
... “This is about empowering students to make choices about how they live and giving them a greater measure of control over their college experience,” Dean of Students Kenneth Elmore said in the statement. "This is really about your choice of who you live with. Your preference about gender and how you perceive it is really not our concern.” ...
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