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On Campus Resources
The University provides lactation rooms for students, employees, and visitors to express milk in a private and safe environment.
The following rooms are currently identified for use on West Campus:
- French West 6440
- French East 224A - Access granted by Katie Schloemer in 315 French
- Old Chem 618A
- Edwards 5103
- DAAP 4470V
- TUC 431- Access granted by request at the MainStreet Connection Center upon arrival. If the MainStreet Connection Center is closed you can call 513-266-8942 to reach a TUC operations team member to request access.
- Van Wormer – room #360
- Lindner Hall Business College – room # 10 S
- Medical Science Building (MSB) 1050
- Procter Hall (CON) 220
- University Hall 330F (access through the Central HR Reception area)
- Teachers Dyer Complex Rm 538
The following rooms are also available:
- UC Blue Ash- Muntz building- room 375
- UC Clermont - Edith Peter Jones building- room 203A
- Reading Campus - RCA 159
- Victory Parkway - Administration Building 820
Gaining access to Lactation Rooms
Lactation rooms on campus are accessible only by key. Anyone requiring access to a lactation room can contact the Department of Public Safety’s Technical Services unit to request a key. To request a key call 513-556-4925.
To use the lactation room at TUC 431 please see the desk attendant on the fourth floor of TUC.
*Please note: Rooms are currently being updated and may have varying degrees of functionality. For more information on availability, call the Women's Center at 513-556-4401.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“Affordable Care Act”) requires employers to provide reasonable break time for an employee to express breast milk for her nursing child for one year after the child’s birth each time such employee has need to express the milk. Employers are also required to provide a place, other than a bathroom, that is shielded from view and free from intrusion from coworkers and the public, which may be used by an employee to express breast milk.
For information regarding this policy at UC please visit the Labor Relations and Policy Development.
The University of Cincinnati is committed to creating an accessible and inclusive environment for pregnant and parenting students.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities. This prohibition includes discrimination against pregnant and parenting students.
Students may request reasonable accommodations as a result of pregnancy, childbirth or related conditions. To learn more about reasonable accommodations visit the Title IX webpage.
The Student Parent Success Initiative is focused on supporting students with dependent children who are pursuing college education. This initiative has a variety of resources and information available at their site.
This resource guide is here to help student parents/caregivers get through school a little easier. We understand it takes courage and strength to get a higher education and going to school is the first step! Let this guide help you find child care, services on campus and much more.
Advocates for the well-being of children in child care and to assist their parents and the providers who care for their children in creating quality child care.