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All Gender/Family Facilities

The following is a list of All Gender "Family" facilities located on MTSU's campus. If you know of any additional All Gender facilities located on campus, please contact the Center for Student Involvement & Leadership.

    • Restrooms:
      • Student Union Building
        • 1st floor, outside Bookstore
        • 2nd floor, next to men's restroom in the Ballroom lobby
      • James Union Building
        • 3rd floor
      • Peck Hall
        • 1st floor
        • 3rd floor
      • College of Education Building
        • 1st floor
    • Locker rooms:
      • Campus Recreation Center
        • There is one all gender changing room located in the hallway at the south end of the indoor pool. The room is equipped with a toilet, sink, shower and lockers.

LGBT+ Organizations

    • MT Lambda
      • Founded in 1988, MT Lambda is MTSU’s only all-inclusive LGBT+ student organization, and the oldest organization of its kind in the state. Their mission is to provide support to members of the LGBT+ & Allied community at MTSU as well as to educate the student body and surrounding community on relevant LGBT+ issues. The organization hosts weekly meetings during the fall & spring semesters, and is open to all currently enrolled students.
    • Faculty for Equality
      • Faculty for Equality is an organization for LGBT faculty here at MTSU. For more information on Faculty for Equality contact Dr. Elyce Helford at
    • Access & Diversity Board

Allied Organizations


Counseling services are available on campus at:

NOTE: If you discover a problem with one one of the links on this page, please contact the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership at 615-898-5812.

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