St. Mary’s College, an all-girls Catholic school, said it is accepting trans women as part of its commitment to diversity and inclusion.

An all-girls Catholic college has changed its admissions policy to admit men who identify as women.

Saint Mary’s College, which first opened its doors in 1844 in the conservative reaches of Notre Dame, Indiana, announced it has adopted a policy that will “now consider admission for undergraduate applicants whose sex is female or who consistently live and identify as women.”

In a statement on the new transgender admissions policy, College President Katie Conboy said that admitting men who identify as women “encompasses our commitment to operate as a Catholic women’s college.”

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