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Programs & Events


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

Fall 2015 Programs


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 


Writing Circle

Held Weekly on Monday afterrnoons begining August, 31
Women's Center
Steger Student Life Center, Suite 571

Take some time to refelct on your life through writing, and share your words in a supportive community. Feel free to come as often as you would like. Folks of all genders welcome!

Sponsored by the Women’s Center.


Film Screening: The Hunting Ground

Monday September 28
Zimmer Auditorium

The campus community is invited to a free screening of The Hunting Ground, a powerful documentary about sexual assault on college campuses. Stay for a panel discussion immediately after to continue the conversation and learn about campus resources and support. 

Sponsored by: Fraternity and Sorority Life, UC Libraries, and UC Women's Center.
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The Female Orgasm

Thursday October 22
TUC Great Hall

The UC Women’s Center presents a fun discussion about female sexuality. Sex Educators will present the Female Orgasm at 7pm in TUC Great Hall with lots of humor, plenty of honesty, and an underlying message of sexual health and women’s empowerment. This program is open to all genders! 

For more info, contact 


Elect Her: Campus Women Win Training

Saturday November 7
African American Cultural and Resource Center (AACRC)

The Women’s Center in partnership with AAUW, Student Government, and Women in Leadership and Learning (WILL) are hosting Elect Her—Campus Women Win, a national program to encourage and train college women to run for student government and political office. During this one-day training participants will practice hands-on campaign skills, hear from inspiring speakers, and discuss research on women in government.  

The training is free and lunch will be provided! Fore more info visit or contact