Do you identify with a different name or gender than what you were at birth? If you wish to amend your name or gender-markers on your legal documents in the State of Washington, refer to our "how to" guide.
While this document is not legal advice, CWU wishes to help students obtain the legal documents necessary, so that CWU student records can reflect their common law name or gender markers. This process will also allow CWU to better protect the privacy of our LBGTQIA Title XI rights.
Central Washington University believes that diversity of peoples, cultures, and ideas is essential to learning, discovery, and creative expression. Diversity in personal identity, culture, experience, and talent is of critical importance as evident in recruitment and retention efforts of students, faculty, and staff, as well as the contribution from special programs, speakers, and scholars that offer voice and representation to interests of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, ability, age, and political ideas.
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