Wright State refuses to comment on the policy, but it does have an outspoken culture. The university has an Office of LGBTQA Affairs and sees gender expression as how a person on the outside presents his/her gender. If a man is dressed as a woman, that man is allowed in the womens bathroom, but it's still a little unclear if a man can use the womens bathroom without wearing womens clothes.
The Office of LGBTQA Affairs says it is "working to convert a set of gendered restrooms in every major building on campus to become all-gender multi-stall restrooms."
The University does leave the option open of making your own choices: "All-gender and gender-specific restrooms are clearly labeled in all buildings. You don't have to use an all-gender restroom if you do not want to."
Wright State University is located in Dayton and serves more than 15,000 students at the moment. The offer 295 undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and professional degree programs through eight colleges and three schools.