The all women’s college will now accept people who were born male but identify as female.

Elizabeth Harrington of the Washington Free Beacon reported.

Bryn Mawr Changes Admission Guidelines To Accept Transwomen

Bryn Mawr College, an all-women’s liberal arts school in Pennsylvania, clarified its admission policy on Monday to accept transwomen and individuals who “identify as women” when they apply.

The Board of Trustees sent an email announcing that it had voted unanimously to update its admission rules, which were previously open to “female students only.”

“During its meetings this past weekend, the College’s Board of Trustees discussed and approved a recommendation from a Board working group that was created at the September 2014 Board meeting to examine the mission of the College with respect to transgender, non-binary, and gender nonconforming applicants,” an email from the Board of Trustees said.

“The working group concluded unanimously that the mission of the College at the undergraduate level is to educate women to be future leaders,” they said.

The announcement noted that Bryn Mawr’s identity as a women’s college is “fundamental to its distinctive environment.”

“The Board approved the working group’s recommendation that in addition to those applicants who were assigned female at birth, the applicant pool will be inclusive of transwomen and of intersex individuals who live and identify as women at the time of application,” the email said. “Intersex individuals who do not identify as male are also eligible for admission.”

However, the college will not be inclusive to transmen.

“Those assigned female at birth who have taken medical or legal steps to identify as male are not eligible for admission,” the Board of Trustees said.