Though schools may think this is an issue for them to decide, experts say the law already allows trans students to be admitted. They also explained why trans students would want to attend single-sex schools. At the Other End of the SpectrumMen's colleges are an entirely different obstacle for prospective trans students. The three non-religious, four-year, all-male colleges in the U.S. — Hampden–Sydney, Morehouse and Wabash — haven't made official statements on the acceptance of transgender students. But Title IX doesn't make stipulations on what counts as a valid transition or the use of extensive documentation to prove a student's gender.