Campus Resources

All Gender Restrooms

The College of Wooster is committed to ensuring that all students, staff, faculty, and visitors have access to safe, usable restrooms on campus - see our map of all-gender restrooms on the College of Wooster campus.

Chosen Name

The College of Wooster recognizes that some of its students use first names other than one’s legal first names to identify themselves. Because of this, the College allows students to use a first name different than one’s legal first name on certain college records. Learn more about the name update process.

All Gender Housing

The goal of all-gender housing is to provide a space for every individual to feels comfortable and safe on our campus. This space provides a supportive community for people of all genders, is queer-friendly but not queer-exclusive, and is open to students of all years.

Wellness Center

The Longbrake Student Wellness Center provides comprehensive health and counseling services for all College of Wooster students. Many of the staff are Safe Zone trained.


The Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program bases its curriculum on feminist scholarship – both within traditional disciplines across the academic divisions and in response to questions that cannot be answered within the framework of a single discipline.


The College of Wooster follows all federal and state civil rights laws banning discrimination in private institutions of higher education. The College take seriously our policies on non-discrimination, sexual harassment, and other Title IX-related offenses.

Get Help – Report a Concern

The College has many ways in which members of the campus community can report issues of concern or can seek help for themselves or others. File a report of discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, or retaliation.