Portland State university has a wonderful Queer resource center. I started going to it in the winter to talk to others to better understand myself and i have never felt more safe. They really helped get rid of that fear of “not being trans enough” when i’m feeling more feminine for extended periods of time.
Not to mention, they have a map of campus that shows where every gender neutral bathroom is.
They have a bunch of events to help get folks to meet eachother (like root queer floats during viking week! check it out)
plus their library is BEAUTIFUL. I just walk in, grab a book, take it to the main desk, and i can borrow it for nearly a month.
Its all seperated into categories: Travel (lgbtqia safe vacation destinations), Theory, reference, sexuality, fiction, non fiction, erotica, spirituality, and i think there was more but i can’t remember. I have checked out a lot of the theory books like “Nobody Passes”, “Gender Outlaws”, and now “Excluded: making feminism and queer movements more inclusive.”
So if you are looking for a school with resources and a safe place, Portland State is a good place to check out.