Part of a Campus Pride display including a Champlain College t-shirt with a rainbow-colored shield, two types of mini pride flags, and two pins.


The Women’s & Gender Center has put together a list of on-campus and off-campus resources for the Champlain community to reference.

Report a Concern

If you or someone you know experienced a concerning incident, the WGC is here to help you navigate the reporting process. There are many different incidents worth reporting, including bias, sexual misconduct, Title IX violations, and more.

Report a Concern

What are gender pronouns and why are they important? Let’s learn together!

Pronouns are tools used to refer to people. The correct use of someone’s gender pronouns acts as an important recognition of that person’s identity. More commonly recognized pronouns might include she/her/hers, he/him/his, or they/them/theirs. People who identify as non-binary may use neopronouns such as ze/zir/zirs, and it is always their choice to determine what pronouns are most affirming and comfortable for them.

Introducing yourself with your pronouns is a helpful way of inviting others to share theirs. For example, “My name is Taylor and I use she/her/hers pronouns; what are your pronouns?” It is also acceptable to ask someone about their pronouns directly in a respectful and friendly manner. Questions like “What pronouns do you use?”, “What are your affirming pronouns?”, or “How would you like me to refer to you?” are acceptable and helpful ways to respect someone’s identity.

A person’s gender identity can change over time, so it’s important to recognize that their gender pronouns may also change. Mistakes happen, but honest apologies and timely corrections demonstrate that you respect their identity.

Learn all about pronouns in this video by Ash Hardell!

Gender Neutral Bathrooms on Campus

Wondering where to find gender neutral bathrooms on campus? Here is your guide!

Bathrooms with Menstrual Products

Interested in finding a campus bathroom stocked with menstrual products? Here’s your list.

Where Can You Find Free Condoms and Dental Dams on Campus?

Free condoms are provided in multiple locations around campus as a public health measure to promote safe sex.

If you are allergic to latex, stop by the Student Health Center for latex-free condoms. You can also stop by the Student Health Center for free dental dams.

    • The Student Health Center (ground floor of Whiting Hall)
    • The Women’s and Gender Center (Skiff Hall Annex, Room 102): There are condoms in the hallway outside the WGC, and condoms, dental dams, and lube available inside the WGC.
    • Gender-neutral bathroom on the third floor of CCM, by the Champlain Room (Room 315)
    • IDX third floor bathrooms
    • 194 St. Paul Street, in the left-side gender-neutral bathroom next to the Community Room
    • Skiff Hall first floor bathroom across from the Dean of Students Office

Available Off-Campus Resources

Available Resources Type of Resource
All Things LGBTQ LGBTQ Public Access Television Show
Champlain LGBTQ+ History & Culture Champlain College LGBTQ+ History
Community Health Center of Burlington (VT) – Transgender Health Clinic Gender-Affirming Health Services
Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals LGBTQ+ Resource Professionals Organization
Fenway Health (Boston, MA) – Transgender Health Gender-Affirming Health Services
First Unitarian Universalist Society of Burlington Burlington’s LGBTQA open and affirming UU congregation.
Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders LGBTQ+ Advocacy
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Center (New York, NY) LGBTQ+ Wellness, Culture, & Community
GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) LGBTQ+ Support & Education
Greater Burlington Multicultural Resource Center Diversity Support & Education
HOPE Works (24 hour hotline: 802-863-1236) Confidential Sexual Violence Support
HRC (Human Rights Campaign) LGBTQ+ Support and Education
Intelligent: LGBTQ+ College Student Guide LGBTQ+ Support & Education
It’s Pronounced Metrosexual LGBTQ+ Education
Lambda Legal Trans Legal Support
Middlebury College’s Feminist Resource Center Support & Education
National LGBTQ Health Center Educational Resource: LGBTQ Health Needs
OUT in the 802 LGBTQ+ Social Events
Out in the Open LGBTQ+ Support & Education
Outright Vermont LGBTQ+ Support, Youth 13-19
Peace and Justice Center Education, Advocacy, Nonviolent Activism
PFLAG (Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) LGBTQ+ Support & Education
Planned Parenthood of Northern New England Sexual & General Health Support
Pride Center of Vermont LGBTQ+ Support
Rainbow Umbrella of Central Vermont LGBTQ+ Social & Political Group
Saint Michael’s College’s Center for Women and Gender Support & Education
Steps to End Domestic Violence Domestic Violence Support
The Trevor Project LGBTQ+ Support
University of Vermont’s Prism Center Support & Education
University of Vermont Diversity & Awareness Events Social Justice Programming
University of Vermont’s Women’s & Gender Equity Center Support & Education
Vermont CARES HIV/AIDS Prevention & Support
Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services Crime Victim Support
Vermont Commission on Women Rights & Opportunities for Women & Girls
Vermont Works for Women Professional & Economic Support
VT Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence Domestic & Sexual Violence Support

Women’s & Gender Center

Skiff Annex, Room 102
163 S Willard Street
Burlington, VT 05401
9 AM–5 PM