Spectrum Center



While the Michigan Union is being renovated,
Find us at:

Trotter on Washtenaw - 1443 Washtenaw Ave

Learn More at the Re:Union Project Page

Supporting Trans, Gender Non-Conforming, and Intersex Communities

Many are aware of a leaked memo by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that seeks to narrowly define gender by a person’s biology, which would drastically roll back recognition and protection of transgender people under federal civil rights law (Green, Brenner, and Pear, Oct. 21, 2018, New York Times). This communication has deeply impacted many people within our communities. The Spectrum Center is a space affirming of trans, gender-non conforming, and intersex communities.

Trans Care at UHS

The goal of Trans Care at University Health Service (UHS) is to provide high-quality, affirming, accessible care to trans and non-binary patients in a comfortable and inclusive environment. To provide these services, UHS has deployed awareness training throughout the clinic, as well as formed the Trans Care Team, which is a group of specially trained healthcare providers. Trans Care services include:

Trans Care at UHS

Accessibility at Spectrum Center's New Location

On Monday, May 7th, Spectrum Center officially opened on the 3rd-floor of the William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center (1443 Washtenaw Ave). Spectrum Center will be located in the Trotter Multicultural Center from May 2018 through Spring 2020. Once the Michigan Union renovation is complete Spectrum Center will be moving back to the 3rd-floor of the Union in a new space.

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