The UW Oshkosh Women's Center is open to all staff, faculty and students.
The Women's Center is a nice, quiet place to study. We offer a small computer lab as well as free printing.
The Women's Center has a large interdisciplinary selection of books, including books on gender within history, sociology, political science, which are all available for check-out or for general reference. Donations are welcome; however, only relevant topics will be accepted, due to limited space. Click here to download a copy of our library catalog.
The Women's Center would also like to suggest that researchers view the Women's Studies Subject Guide compiled by Polk Library: http://www.uwosh.edu/library/subjects/womens-studies.
The Women's Center has a private, comfortable lactation room. If you are coming to the Women's Center to use the lactation room, we do have a reserved parking spot available, located conveniently near the Women's Center entrance. This spot is reserved for those utilizing the lactation room. We want the lactation room to be as accessible as possible for our constituents. For those unable to come to the Women's Center to use the lactation room, we are working on compiling a list of available lactation rooms on campus - which will be available shortly.
Programs and Events
Women's Advocacy Council
The Women's Advocacy Council (WAC) is a student group who's goal is to advocate for, and empower, female students. The director of the Women's Center, Dr. M. Geneva Murray, is also WAC's co-director. Click here to learn more about WAC.
Gender Inclusive Restrooms
The Women's Center is host to two gender inclusive restrooms, one of which is family friendly with a changing table. The LGBTQ Resource Center maintains a list of all of the gender inclusive restrooms available on campus.
Feminine Hygiene Products
The Women's Center is pleased to offer free feminine hygiene products while supplies last, courtesy of the Student Health Center.