Why Pronouns Matter

Pronouns in Use: Resources for the Columbia Community

The information below will help you to learn more about pronouns in use, gender identity and other resources at Columbia.

Pronoun recordings are currently available to students, faculty, and instructors. Students who would like to know more about how to register their pronouns can visit the Guide to Pronouns in Use for Students. Faculty with questions about accessing their students' pronouns can learn more in the Guide to Pronouns in Use for Faculty and Instructors.

Interested in learning more about pronouns and their importance in our community and beyond? Check out Pronouns in Our Community: A Guide from University Life.

Please note: Law School students, faculty, and instructors can register/access pronouns via LawNet.

Why Pronouns Matter

Here is a short primer on pronoun use at Columbia, with some quick suggestions for how to be an ally to queer and transgender members of our University community.