The mission of the Women’s Center is to build and create a community of authentic and engaged allies and leaders to pursue gender equity and social justice; enhancing the campus climate through education, advocacy, support and leadership development.
Wolfpack Career Chats: Visiting the Women's Center
Want to learn more about the Women's Center's signature programs and services in a nutshell? Check out this 15-minute Wolfpack Career Chats interview with the Director of the Women's Center.Learn More
Finding your Wolfpack: The Women's Center
For students passionate about gender and equity issues, the Women’s Center offers a community to learn, grow and build lasting connections. Come find your Wolfpack with the Women's Center!Learn More
What you'll find at the Center
The Women’s Center amplifies the voices of students across all intersectional identities, including gender, race, ethnicity, ability, class, and sexual orientation. We use our space to create an inclusive community that empowers student leaders to transform campus climate through education, advocacy, support and leadership development. Get involved today by signing up to volunteer in the Women's Center, following us on social media or joining our newsletter to learn more.
Learn more about us this Spring Semester by joining us for Open House and a variety of programs during our signature months: Stalking Awareness Month (Jan), Women's HERstory Month (Mar), and Sexual Assault Awareness Month (Apr). You can also become an active member of our Women's Center community by attending a Feminist Friday, joining Feminist Book Club, engaging in Crafting + Connecting, participating in a Movement workshop, or checking out our library collection.
Sep 21, 2023
How Racism Shapes Black Motherhood in the U.S.
A new study underscores how being a Black mother in the U.S. involves navigating aspects of parenthood that are explicitly tied to dealing with racism.
Jun 7, 2023
Black Farmers Address Mental Health and Find Strength in Community
Black farmers like Temika Parker find that building social support networks is critical to circumventing systemic inequities in the farming industry and improving their mental health.