1. What is the WGRC and where is it?

The Center, located in Rooms 214, 221 of the Student Union, contains a study lounge and library area and a suite of offices.

2. What goes on there?

The center offers outreach, education, information, referral services, talks...

3. What is the difference between the WGRC and the Women's Studies Program?

The WGRC is a Student Affairs office that provides information, resources, and counseling on gender issues for the campus community. The Women's Studies Program is part of an academic department Cultural Analysis and Theory, that sponsors for-credit, courses on topics relating to women and gender and offers a major and minor in Women's Studies.

4. Is the WGRC just for feminists?

No! The Center welcomes all individuals, regardless of their beliefs about gender issues. Debate of controversial topics is encouraged.

5. Do men go to the WGRC?

Yes! Male students, administrators and faculty members are encouraged to participate in our programs. Gender equity is an issue that concerns men and women.

6. How can I find out what is happening at the WGRC?

Check out our calendar on the CPO main page for current programming . . .groups, talks, presentations.... Watch for fliers on campus bulletin boards or stop by Room 214.

8. How can I get involved with the WGRC?

Students are welcome to attend workshops, programming and events hosted by WGRC/CPO. Additionally, internships are available each year. Stop by the Center or call 632-9666 for more information.