Students who identify as transgender, non-binary, genderqueer or gender non-conforming are a diverse group – and include people of different races, ethnicities, and social groups. It is important for all students to maintain good health. If you have questions or concerns about your health, call Student Health Services (703-993-2831).
Student Health Services works to provide an open and inclusive atmosphere that respects our students’ identities. Staff strive to use open-ended questions and gender-inclusive language during visits to help students feel comfortable sharing personal information. We encourage students to talk openly with their healthcare provider so they can provide more directed care.
Our healthcare providers can evaluate, diagnose, and provide treatment for a variety of health concerns – from illness and injury to routine healthcare. Regular health exams are important for all students, regardless of sex assigned at birth, gender, sexual orientation or whether a person is sexually active. Visit our services webpage for more information about healthcare at Student Health.
We can also provide referrals to healthcare providers and specialists in the community.