The Women’s Center Workshops
The Women’s Center offers presentations on a variety of topics in conjunction with other campus organizations. Some topics are, but not limited to: Healthy Love Party, Queer 101 Presentations, Women’s Center 101, Defining Diversity, Redefining Masculinity, and Body Image Workshop. To submit a request form please follow the link provided. Please note that requests for a speaker can ONLY be received electronically. https://orgsync.com/forms/show/18144
The Women’s Center provides peer listening for anyone in need of assistance with a crisis, problem, or issue. The director or a peer will listen and discuss any concerns you may have with confidential support. We are here to identify options and provide any information or referrals you may need.
The director serves as an advocate for all students, faculty, and staff in regard to discrimination, harassment, assault, or violence. The director provides confidential assistance and supports all individuals in filing a complaint or utilizing the college judicial/grievance system.
The Women’s Center offers a small collection of literature on varying issues that can be used inside the center during office hours.
The Women’s Center promotes responsible intimacy and safer sex. Our condoms are 10¢ each and include extra strength, snugger fit, extra large, ribbed, pleasure tipped, assorted colors and assorted flavors for oral sex. Dental Dams are 25¢ each and are available in a variety of flavors including strawberry, banana, mint and vanilla. Also available are personal lubricant packets for 10¢ each.
How can you get involved? Throughout the year, and especially during March, the Women’s Center organizes workshops and hosts speakers to enrich your college experience. We sponsor educational campaigns on a variety of issues such as body image, relationship violence, and more. We also offer assistance to RAs/CAs and all student clubs and organizations in designing programs, and sponsor special events for Women Studies minors. Let us know what programs you would like to see, or better yet, let us help you plan one!
The Queer Peer Services Coordinator provides peer counseling and advocacy for students who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender as well as students who may be questioning and/or struggling with their sexual identity. Other services include a resource collection on LGBT issues and educational programs on sexual identity.
The Men’s Outreach Coordinator (MOC) is a new phase in sexual assault prevention. The MOC raises awareness of resources available to men on campus about issues such as sexual assault and violence prevention, the meaning of masculinity, healthy relationships, gender stereotypes, and media images through group and individual settings.