Higher education has fully embraced trans-mania. In some cases, it seems like it’s actually being encouraged.

The College Fix reports:

Brandeis University offers ‘transition-related benefits’ for transgender students

The student health policy at Brandeis University offers “transition-related” health benefits for transgender students, though the university is refusing to disclose what those benefits are.

The school’s website states that the “Brandeis University Student Health Plan offers full transition-related benefits.” The summary of benefits for the plan does not list any information about transition services.

Campus spokeswoman Julie Jette told The College Fix that the university does not discuss students’ utilization of benefits but that the health plan offers “significant coverage and value to our students to promote their health and well-being.”

Caroline Hall, an account manager for University Health Plans, the company that manages Brandeis University’s student health insurance, said that the company was “unable to respond at this time” when reached via email.

According to Campus Pride, Brandeis University provides hormone therapy for transitioning students. The World Professional Association for Transgender Health states that the effects of hormone therapy in “female-to-male” patients include deepened voice, atrophy of breast tissue and growth in facial and body hair. Effects for “male-to-female” patients include breast growth, decreased testicular size and increased percentage of body fat compared to muscle mass.