What could go wrong?

The university says it’s happy to take requests for gender inclusive housing. On a case-by-case basis, it has been a success, according to the school.

Some students predict problems, if the suggestion becomes policy.

“I’m pretty sure parents don’t want their children rooming with cross-gender or trans-genders, maybe, or boys and girls rooming together,” said student Cristal Alba. “I don’t think it’ll go through.”