Resources

LGBT RIGHTS IN UTAH

SB 296 is Utah’s anti-discrimination law. Employers and housing providers are not allowed to discriminate against people based on their sexual or gender identity. There are exceptions to this protection, however. Equality Utah has a FAQ available for more information on SB 296 and who to contact if you believe that you have been discriminated against. Click here to see the FAQ.

YOUR RIGHTS AT DSU

DSU’s discrimination policy includes sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. If you feel that you have been harassed or discriminated against because of any of these things, please file an inclusion complaint, linked here.

GENDER-NEUTRAL BATHROOMS AT DSU

At DSU and in the state of Utah, you have the legal protection to use whichever bathroom matches your gender identity, regardless of gender presentation. In addition, here is a listing of bathrooms on campus which can be used by any gender.

  • Browning Learning Center
  • Eccles Fine Arts
  • Hangar
  • Holland Building
  • McDonald Building
  • North Plaza
  • Taylor Health Science
  • Tennis Courts
  • University Plaza

LGBT-FRIENDLY CARE PROVIDERS

Visit the Resource Center or email us to obtain a list of LGBT-friendly care providers, such as doctors and therapists. A great resource for finding LGBT-friendly care providers is found at the GLMA webpage, which has a provider database. There are no providers listed in St. George, but they can be found in nearby Las Vegas.