Steph Trilling the director of the Women's Center surrounded by 4 students all holding Wake for Women T-shirts
3 Women's Center workers posing and smiling while tabling at an events fair
Diverse group of women taking a photo after a call to conversation program
Director and student worker smiling while tabling at an event
6 women from the women's center decorated in purple boas

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Welcome to the Women’s Center! We strive to create an educational and professional environment that supports women and promotes gender equality. We provide many professional development and leadership opportunities for students, faculty, and staff. Feel free to drop in to Benson 314 to learn more. 

Upcoming Women's Center Events

  • September 23, 2020 | 5:00 pm

    The Women's Center has collaborated with the OPCD to bring to life a brand new workshop series dedicated to helping students connect to ...

  • September 24, 2020 | 5:00 pm

    The Women's Center and the Intercultural Center have reunited again for Women of Color Dialogues. Join us for a student-facilitated ...

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“The Women's Center at WFU gathers women from every corner of campus for mutual support and critical engagement with women's issues. WFU is a more innovative institution and a stronger community thanks to the Women's Center.” Faculty: Dr. Katherine Shaner, Assistant Professor of New Testament, School of Divinity

Join the Women’s Center for our kick off event for the semester! We will have breakfast (to go), swag giveaways, and information about our upcoming programs for the year. We will be outdoors, socially distanced, on the patio in front of Benson food court.

It’s hard to believe that there’s still a stigma around menstruation, but it’s a reality in today’s world. Click the link in our bio to read an article about one girl’s journey with discrimination through her school based on menstruation. So worth the read! #feminism #menstruation #education #equalrights

August 26th marks 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th amendment which promised women the right to vote. It has been a century and we are still struggling to live in the fullness of that promise. Women take the stage is a national concert and rally that will both celebrate this legacy and challenge us to expand the right to be heard to those who are still silenced. Swag give away to students who tweet their favorite quotes and moments with #womenwakethestage and @character_WFU

Join us Monday August 24th via zoom for the first G-chat of the semester. Have an opinion about the entanglement situation with Jada Pickett Smith? Come share it with us and discuss relationship requirements and responsibilities. To register, access the google form in our or on the Corq app.

Join us for Wake Up with the Women’s Center summer session II edition! Asia will be leading us in a gentle yoga to get our morning started right. Use the the google form in our to get the zoom link for Wednesdays at 10am.

Please join us for open dialogue as we explore what it means to be a feminist, the relationship between being a feminist and being anti-racist, and how we can incorporate our values into our daily actions.

As we reflect on the events of this last week, we are at a loss for words. It is an impossible task, to create the perfect message that is both comforting and educational, simultaneously a call to action and a call to support, a mix of aspirational spirit and tangible next steps. We hope that you will forgive us for not having the words as we continue to process the news that unfolds daily. What we can say is that the Women’s Center is actively engaged in working to understand our role in the struggle for racial justice and we are committed to uplifting Black voices, especially Black women, Black trans people, and all people who are so often the targets of structural violence in our country.

Please join us this Wednesday at 10am as we launch Wake Up with the Women’s Center for Summer Session I featuring a gentle yoga session with Asia Parker. To register use our!

It’s #FeministFriday! Which combination of these history makers would you pick for quarantine? Credit:University of Louisville Women Center

#ThrowbackThursday to when the Women’s Center collaborated with athletics for National Women and Girls in Sports Day! This event brought together WFU women athletes and young girls to discuss the women in their life that inspire them!

It’s #FeministFriday once again! Can you get BINGO? Can your friends? Tag them and find out!

Join us tomorrow as we wind down with the last Wake Up with the Women’s Center of the semester. Come and participate in a reflection activity. To receive the zoom link register at our

Wondering how COVID-19 might affect your summer and post-grad plans? The Women’s Center is pleased to have Amy Willard from the OPCD share strategies and answer questions about navigating your job and internship search. Reach out to receive registration link.

It’s #feministfriday and we are sharing an inspiring quote. Let us know what quote by a woman inspires you!