Pregnancy Accommodations for Students

The University prohibits discrimination based on sex, as mandated by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Consistent with University policy and applicable law, the University will not exclude a student from participating in any part of an educational program based on the student’s pregnancy, childbirth, false pregnancy, termination of pregnancy, or recovery therefrom. In meeting these obligations, the University will provide reasonable accommodations to USU students, faculty, and staff for pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or a related condition. 

These protections extend to USU students, faculty, and staff in university admissions, educational programs or activities, extracurricular activities, hiring, leave policies, and employment policies operated by USU. Pregnancy-related accommodations for employees are handled by the Office of Human Resources. 

Students can discuss pregnancy accommodations by scheduling an intake with an Office of Equity supportive measures specialist. Please complete the Pregnancy or Pregnancy Related Condition Accommodation Request Form prior to the meeting.

General FAQs for Student Pregnancy Accommodations

FAQs for Faculty Regarding Student Pregnancy Accommodations

Lactation Rooms

Lactation rooms are available at the Logan campus for nursing mothers, offering a private place to feed infants or use a breast pump. A list of amenities at each location and applicable special instructions are provided on the USU interactive map.  On the left side, check the box by Lactation Room to see each location.

Lactation rooms are in the following buildings at the Logan campus: