Resources below will assist you in developing and implementing a changing table plan for your campus. View examples from other postsecondary institutions; read articles, reports, and laws; and consult other resources like professional organizations.
Elon University has over 120 universal bathrooms listed on its website. “Universal” indicates that people of all genders can use these restrooms, which are single-stall, lockable, and ADA-compliant. Many of the universal restrooms contain baby changing tables.
Baby changing stations are listed on Missouri State's site under Title IX resources.
University of Alaska - Fairbanks
The University of Alaska - Fairbanks provides an interactive map online of diaper changing stations and lactation rooms.
University of Hong Kong
The University of Hong Kong offers students Baby Care Rooms on campus that can be used for diaper changing and lactation.
University of Nevada
The University of Nevada provides a listing of mapped changing stations on its site.
University of Utah
Diaper changing tables are described, listed, and mapped on the University of Utah's site.
ARTICLES, REPORTS, & LAWS
Bathrooms Accessible in Every Situation or BABIES Act of 2016, Retrieved from https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/house-
Kirksey, D. (2014). Laws and regulations for baby changing stations. Retrieved from https://www.handdryer.com/blogs/default-blog/laws-and
McCabe, N. (2015, April 14). Diaper-changing stations an issue for parents on campus. The Collegian. Retrieved
Paarlberg, K. (2014). Baby changing stations and accessibility. Retrieved from http://media.iccsafe.org/news/codes&standards-
Paz, B. (n.d.). Install diaper changing stations on CSUF's campus. Retrieved from https://www.change.org/p/csuf-associated-students-inc-install-
Peterson, E. (2018). Creating bathroom access & a gender inclusive society. Retrieved from https://haasinstitute.berkeley.edu/
Americans with Disabilities Act
The site provides information and technical assistance related to the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Centre for Excellence in Universal Design
The Centre for Excellence in Universal Design (CEUD) is dedicated to enabling the design of environments that can be accessed, understood and used regardless of a person's age, size, ability or disability.
North Carolina State University's Center for Universal Design
CUD is a national information, technical assistance, and research center that evaluates, develops, and promotes accessible and universal design in housing, commercial and public facilities, outdoor environments, and products.
Pregnant on Campus Initiative
Pregnant on Campus provides a guide to advocating, fundraising, implementing, and advertising diaper changing stations on campus.
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