About Women's Programs
Through our weekly lecture series, campus fairs, and other events, we build community awareness around gender concerns while creating a voice and community. We provide resources for current students, prospective students, and the community. We coordinate a schedule of visiting community partners available to meet with students.
Women's programs provides:
- Community partnership and resource referrals (for medical and dental assistance, counseling, housing, transportation, utilities assistance, books, tuition, etc.)
- On–site partner organization resources: (King County Public Health, YWCA, Neighborhood House, TRAC–WIA programs)
- Noon–Lecture Series (Women in Society HDC 190 class is open to public)
- Meal Vouchers
- An Annual Health Fair
- Domestic Violence Referrals and Clothesline Project
Noon Lecture Series: Women in Society
This class features lectures and video presentations on topics ranging from women's political issues to social and cultural topics in the arts and literature. We invite you to join us each Wednesday from 12:00 p.m. to 1:50 p.m. in Room BE1110 to meet with expert community leaders, authors, and artists.
This course is a two–credit class (up to three quarters sequence) for students and features a free lecture series that is open to the public. For college credits, please register for Women in Society HDC 190. The class is scheduled Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters. For more information, please see the Course Syllabus.
Women in Science and Engineering (W.I.S.E.)
This award–winning club offers resources for women students who are studying math and science. Speakers and field trips help prepare women for the transition into math, science and / or engineering departments at four–year institutions.
For information about joining the club or attending meetings, email: email@example.com.
Empowerment: Political Organizing for Women's Rights (EMPOWR)
This student organization promotes and supports education, awareness, participation, and activism around political issues facing women of all economic means.