Identity-Related Health & Wellness
Services and Resources
Student Access Services (SAS) assist students with disabilities by facilitating accommodations that remove barriers to their academic success. SAS authorizes reasonable and appropriate accommodations for qualified students with documented disabilities, assists students in self-advocacy, educates the University of Kansas about disabilities, and ensures compliance with federal and state law.
At Watkins Health Services, we know that gender identity is a spectrum and that not everyone’s path is the same. Your first appointment on this path is a consultative appointment where your provider will focus on getting to know you and assessing your personal goals for your journey. Visit Watkins' Gender Affirming Care website to learn more about types of appointments and care, including hormone therapy, provided at Watkins.
The University of Kansas Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity (SGD) strives to build an inclusive campus community by providing social justice-based education, resources, programming, and support for students, staff, and faculty across the spectrums of gender and sexuality, with an emphasis on intersectional experiences. Student resources include information regarding gender-inclusive housing, all gender restrooms, legal services, health services, scholarships, peer support groups, events and activities and more. The Center is also a physical lounge space for our LGBTQIA+ students, staff, and faculty to feel safe and respected on the KU campus in Lawrence.