Gender-inclusive housing refers to the ability to live on campus with whomever you choose, regardless of biological sex, gender, or gender identity.

In Fall 2012, the Student Assembly adopted Resolution #12, "Adoption of a Gender-Inclusive Housing Policy," which calls for on-campus gender-inclusive housing to be made available to all undergraduate students who select that option.

According to the resolution, "The aim of gender-inclusive housing is to provide a safe living option for underrepresented minority gender non-conforming, gender queer, and transgender students," and to allow "students the option to live in the comforts of on-campus housing while exploring the cultural constructions of gender identity."

This educational video was created to help Cornell's students become better informed about all of the on-campus housing options available to them.