Please note that listing all-gender and single-stall bathrooms herein does not imply that all trans or gender variant people should only use all-gender or single-stall facilities on campus. Rather, we list them as an alternative for those who may feel more comfortable in a all-gender or single-stall facility.
It should also be noted that currently, all-gender facilities are not available in most buildings on campus, and thus are not a practical option for many who might otherwise prefer such facilities.
If your gender identity does not conform to your physical sex and you are experiencing difficulty around using the bathroom of your choice in your department, living group, or lab, MIT accepts its responsibility to work with you and your peers to resolve any bathroom usage issues in a manner respectful to all parties involved.
The following is a list, by building and room number, of all-gender bathroom facilities on the MIT campus. Keep in mind that dormitory entries usually have their own rules for gendering bathrooms for resident use (i.e., each hall may choose whether they have single-gender, multi-gender, or a mix of facilities for their residents).
MIT is working to update this list.
*(note: Many of the bathrooms in E23, MIT Medical, are all-gender. This is not a complete listing.)
If you have found an error in this listing or a all-gender bathroom that is not listed here, please contact the LBGTQ Office.