About Us

The Women's Center

Established in 1991, the Women’s Center serves as a resource on women’s issues and works to promote an atmosphere of diversity for students, faculty, staff and the community.

The Women’s Center assists the University in achieving its goals by implementing programs that enhance, support, and empower women on campus.

The Center and its programs and services are open to all students without regard to gender. While participating in Women’s Center programs might not feel right for everyone, all are certainly welcome.

THE WOMEN’S CENTER OFFERS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES RELATED TO:

  • Empowerment
  • Education & Outreach
  • Building Community
  • Activism
  • Civic Engagement
  • Empowerment and personal development of faculty and staff
  • Campus and computer resources and referrals

Check out our Women's Center Student Information Guide

Location

The Women's Center can be found in Strickler Hall along with other Diversity units including: Diversity Education and Inclusive Excellence, Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice, the Cultural Center, and the LGBT Center. Our space is wheelchair accessible.

We are child friendly! Supervised children and babies are welcome in our space. We have a lactation room and a student-parent room. We also have toys and coloring pages for visiting children.

Office Hours

*The Women's Center is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Visitors are always welcome! 

*Fall 2020 Hours: M-Th 10am-3pm; Fri remotely

*Hours can vary for staff so please call or email  the Women's Center for availability.