- Meet Eat & Learn
- Clothesline Project
- Love Your Body Week
- Women's History Month
- Tunnel of Oppression
- Outreach Programs
- Body Image
- Eating Disorders
- Global Feminism
- Healthy Relationships
- Other Women's Centers
- Positive Sexuality
- Sexual Assault
- Women's Health
- Women's History
The Women's Center is available to everyone who needs a safe, supportive and non-judgmental space to process thoughts and discuss life's successes and struggles. The Women's Center staff are here to provide a listening ear to anyone who may need it. The Women's Center is here to offer:
Advocacy and Support
Staff is available to assist in crisis intervention and/or create safety plans. The Women Center is here to provide any support and advocacy that you may need. The Women Center staff can assist in locating services and making referrals, provide information about your rights, and help problem solve.
The Women Center offers a one-credit class called IMPACT. Impact is typically offered three weekends in the Fall and Spring semesters. Please call the Women Center if you are interested in registering for the class.
The Women Center staff is also able to assist students in a variety of projects that relate to Women's Issues, Sexual Assault, Stalking, LGBTQI+ and a variety of other issues.
The Women Center Director serves as a mentor for the Dru Sjodin Memorial Scholarship.
**Please continue to check back on more information about scholarships as they become available.
The Women Center has a small, specialized resource library available to campus and the community. The books, VHSs and DVDs are directly related to women’s experiences and the status of women. Topics include feminism, rape and sexual assault, women’s history, body image, eating disorders, sex discrimination, spirituality, self-improvement, LGBTQI+ issues and many more!
Feel free to stop any time and check out our selection.
The Women Center provides a variety of educational presentations for the campus and community. Staff are willing to work with any group that may need a different presentation beyond the ones that we typically provide!
Programs typically offered include:
- Body Image
- Understanding and Embracing Diversity
- Stress Management
- Impact: Personal Safety
- Importance of Women Centers on College Campuses
- Dynamics of Violence
For more information about each one of these programs click here.