Support for Transgender Students
Liverpool Hope University recognises the unique issues faced by transgender students and is committed to providing support to those students who need it.
You can find more information by clicking the relevant tabs across the top of the page.
A range of support is available to you, including:
• Support in updating your university records with your chosen name/pronouns and gender.
• Talking to your course team on your behalf, or with you, about appropriate pronouns or adjustments that you may require on your course (e.g. absence to attend appointments).
• Updating your student photograph/ID card.
• Help connecting you with local trans groups and student societies.
• Providing counselling, mental well-being or disability support.
The Liverpool Hope Students' Union also supports trans students in the following ways:
• Having an elected Trans+ and LGBT+ officers.
• Having and LGBT+ society.
• Providing student representation to ensure the trans student voice is heard.
Pink, White & Blue - A Guide to the City for Trans Students
Hope SU is very proud to publish the "Pink, White & Blue Liverpool: A Guide to the City for the Trans Students". With the help of our SU Trans Student Representative, Jack Evans, the SU has created a short guide for Trans and Non-binary students to explore fun and safe spaces throughout Liverpool, including cafes, sports teams, and mental health services. We hope LGBT+ students feel more welcome on and off the LHU campus and know the SU stands in solidarity with them all year round.