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Programs & Events

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UC Women's Center offers Leadership and Engagement programming around feminist leadership development, sexual assault advocacy and awareness, and community building for social change. 

Upcoming Programs

Spotlight Bearcat Bound Orientation: UC Women's Center Info Table

June -July 2015
TUC Atrium
2:30p-4p

Welcome to UC incoming Bearcats! Be sure to visit our table in the TUC Atrium during Spotlight/Taking Care of Business. We'll have staff representatives on hand to share news about our programming and resources. The Women's Center table is located between RallyCats and the UC LGBTQ Center. We're excited to welcome you to campus this summer! 

Title IX Office: Think About It training

Beginning July 6, 2015
*Incoming students will receive invitiation via email

Think About It is an interactive, web-based training delivered to students via email. It educates on issues of sex and gender-based discrimination, harassment, and violence, both on and off campus. This training also addresses related topics such as making responsible decisions about drug and alcohol use, bystander intervention, consent, and healthy relationships and gives students UC-specific contacts and policies. All incoming students including distance learners, first-year, graduate, professional, and transfer students are encouraged to complete this training.

For more info visit www.uc.edu/titleix 

Welcome Weekend: Wednesday August 19- Sunday August 23

Uptown Campus

Welcome your fellow Bearcats to campus! Catch the Women's Center Staff at the Bearcats Block Party Friday from 4p-7p. 

Click here for full calendar of Welcome Weekend events! 

#ConsentCulture-Verbal, ongoing, sober, yes to sex.

Beginning August 20th
McMicken Commons
12ap-2p

Consent-A verbal, ongoing, sober, yes to sex.  

The Consent Culture campaign is an initiative to start a campus-wide dialogue about healthy sex, and consent. It aims to bring the UC student community together to promote consensual sex, clear misconceptions, and raise awareness of the sexual assault advocacy resources available to students. Come sign the Pledge Board and take your #pledgeboardselfie to show your support for consensual sex and promote safety for UC!

Sponsored by DAAPCares, RECLAIM Peer Advocates, and Student Government.