At the cornerstone of the Women's and Gender Studies Program is the ability for students to get involved. This involvement includes internships, learning about issues through coursework, guest speakers and events, and reaching out to the community.
Some of the groups that we have partnered with are as follows:
Flame is an activist group focused achieving equality for persons regardless of sex, gender, or race.
Women's Mentoring Network has the mission to provide support and information to women students beginning (or returning to) college after an interruption in their formal education. Mentors are female professionals on campus who wish to create a welcoming environment for these students in an effort to ease the transition into higher education.
Latin American and Latino/a Studies program is central to the university's mission to promote an understanding and appreciation for diverse cultures and communities. Our program seeks to stimulate and facilitate instruction, research, and outreach activities related to Latin American, the Caribbean, and Latino communities in the United States. It enhances any major and prepares students to be fully engaged participants in a global society.
YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
More information coming soon...