Women's Center

The Women’s Center advances women’s full participation and success through activities that support and advocate for women, engage the campus community with women’s and gender issues, and foster women’s personal and professional development and empowerment.

Over 90 percent of visitors state that the Women’s Center helps them feel supported and valued as a personEngagement

The Women’s Center engages students with women’s and gender issues through:

  • Class visits and in-class presentations
  • Workshops and group discussions
  • Film screenings
  • Events such as The Clothesline Project, Celebrating Global Sisterhood, and Women’s Read-In
  • Support for programming on men’s issues
  • An annual publication of student work
  • An active social media presence


The Women’s Center serves as a key campus resource for students seeking support and advocacy. Students identify the Women’s Center as a welcoming space that helps them feel safe, supported, and valued. The space provides for quiet study and opportunities for gathering where everyone is welcome. The Center also provides connections to campus and community resources. In addition, resources such as a large collection of books for checkout and computers with printing are available.

Key Facts & Figures

  • Sponsor and collaborate on 20+ programs per year, reaching nearly 1,000 attendees
  • Over 4,000 visitor drop-ins per year