All-Gender Restrooms

Everyone should be able to use restrooms that are safe and accessible. We support the rights of transgender and gender-non-conforming individuals to use restrooms that correspond with their gender identities. We also believe it is important to provide the option of all-gender restrooms, as they can serve the needs of transgender people, people with children, people who need assistance accessing the restroom, and anyone who needs extra privacy. We are working on listing all-gender restrooms and single-occupancy restrooms across Hopkins. Let us know if you’d like to help us identify or expand them!

We’ve created a map of all-gender restrooms at Johns Hopkins, available at http://bit.ly/JHallgender Please send us any feedback! If the map is a challenge to navigate, the full list is below.map of JHU Homewood campus

Homewood Campus Buildings

All-Gender restrooms with ADA accessibilityAll-Gender single-stall restrooms (without ADA accessibility)
Ames 5th Floor restroom (500s, 520 or 521?)Jenkins 215
Maryland 311aJenkins 315
Garland B76/T001A (hidden behind the door of the women's restroom)Jenkins 415
Garland 302MSEL 131 (near administrative area)
Shriver 100BMSEL 132 (near administrative area)
Two restrooms on Shaffer First Floor (no room numbers, closest to 100 and 103)Shriver BT1
Locker room (with shower) in basement of Recreation Center, near pool entranceShriver BT2
Athletic Center lobbyCenter for Social Concern, second and third floor
Homewood Apartments: inside the Student Health and Wellness Center; lobby of Counseling CenterBarton 406 (multiple stalls but lockable front door)
Wolman Hall – 2 bathrooms on Terrace level, across from the mailboxes
AMR I, in main lobby, next door to the MPR
Royce 2nd floor (next to 208)
Wilson 3rd floor (next to 335)
AMR II, in main hallway, next to the Blue Jay Lounge
Jennings 2nd floor (next to 276)
Clark 3rd floor (across from 322/323)
Center for Social Concern, first floor near kitchen (wheelchair access to building is around back)
Mattin Center - second floor near Suite 210
Mattin Center - 2 restrooms inside Student Leadership and Involvement (Suite 131)
Center for Health Education and Wellness (AMR II, lower level, near FFC entrance)
Fast Forward U, (320 W 29th St #200)

All Gender Restroom sign with a toilet image

School of Education Buildings

  • Homewood: 2 in the basement of the Education Building
  • Columbia: 1st floor
  • Montgomery County Campus: 2 in the basement of Gilchrist Hall

Peabody Buildings

  • Basement & 2nd Floor of Centre St Complex
  • Centre St Performance Space (Accessible)
  • Maestro’s Café (Accessible)
  • Schapiro House: 1st floor
  • Conservatory Building: Two in basement near Plant Ops
  • Leakin Hall: Plaza level, near the Fitness Center
  • Peabody Living Center: Ground floor, 1st floor, and 5th floor

School of Nursing Buildings

  • Pinkard Building: Lower Level (multi-stall, ADA accessible), Second Floor (multi-stall, ADA accessible)

School of Public Health Buildings

  • Wolfe St Building: First Floor, W1010 (ADA accessible)

JHMI Buildings

  • Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center (601 N. Caroline St.): 2 ADA accessible restrooms on each floor near the staff elevators, and first floor near coffee shop; some restrooms available within individual clinic spaces
  • Traylor Building (733 N. Broadway): 2 ADA accessible restrooms across from the elevator on each floor

School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DC

  • Nitze Building (1740 Mass Ave NW): 1st floor, ADA accessible
  • Rome Building (1619 Mass Ave NW): 1st floor, ADA accessible