Honors Student Design Efforts & Community Input Lead to New All-Gender Restroom Signage

Honors Student Design Efforts & Community Input Lead to New All-Gender Restroom Signage

A collaborative campuswide effort, combined with the design prowess of a School of Architecture student, has led to the unveiling of Syracuse University’s new all-gender restroom signage.

For months, the Restroom Signage Committee engaged the campus community in conversations about identifying and conceptualizing a truly inclusive approach to restroom signage. As a result of that campus engagement and with the help of Samuel Dye ’18, a senior in the School of Architecture, the University is now prepared to install new uniform signage to identify all-gender, accessible, single-occupancy restrooms across campus.

Read more about Dye’s work here!

 

Drawing of toilet and person in wheelchair. Text is below reading "All Gender Restroom. Anyone can use this restroom regardless of gender identity or expression." Includes braille.

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