UWO Women’s Center

Campus Center for Equity & Diversity
717 W. Irving Ave.
Oshkosh, WI 54901

(920) 424-0963
womenscenter@uwosh.edu


Summer 2024 Hours

The Women's Center will be closed 7/4/24 to 7/14/24.

Monday 11:00am-4:00pm
Tuesday 11:00am-4:00pm
Wednesday 11:00am-4:00pm
Thursday 11:00am-4:00pm
Friday Closed

Upcoming Women’s Center Events

 
 
 

Date/Time/Place

Event

Wednesday, April 10
9:00-10:00 a.m.
Women's Center
Go Green for Menstrual Hygiene

Do you menstruate? Would you like to learn more about environmental and financially sustainable solutions to menstrual hygiene management? Join us for a Go Green for Menstrual Hygiene workshop!

Participants learn about different sustainable menstrual hygiene products and their environmental impacts. Thanks to initial funding from the Green Fund and ongoing funding from the Women's Advocacy Council, student participants who menstruate will leave with a sustainable menstrual hygiene kit, while supplies last, to promote the adoption of sustainable menstrual management.

Email womenscenter@uwosh.edu with questions or if you would like to schedule a workshop for your group!
Thursday, April 18
3:00-4:00 p.m.
LGBTQ+ Resource Center
Dance Like Everyone's Watching

Come learn an easy routine or some steps to use in your next drag performance with UWO's State Championship winning Hip Hop Dance Club Captain, Sam Jastromski!
Friday, April 19
2:00-4:00 p.m.
Women's Center
Crafts, Coffee, and Community

Join Women's Center staff, interns, and students in creating feminist craft projects, chatting over a cup of coffee, tea, or hot chocolate, and creating a supportive and intersectional community.

Craft: Denim Day Crafts
Monday, April 22
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Women's Center
Safer Sex Ed in the Center

Let’s destigmatize sex! Safer Sex Ed in the Center will be a safe and intersectional space to ask questions, learn about our bodies and how they work, talk about consent and healthy relationships, and get the sex positive comprehensive sex education everyone deserves.

What are barrier methods and how do you use them? How can you communicate better with your partner(s)? Is what you see in explicit online videos real? What does queer and/or disability inclusive sex look like? Explore these questions and more during Safer Sex Ed in the Center!
Monday, April 22
6:00-7:00 p.m.
Reeve Ballroom C
WAC Presents: Consent in the Queer Community

Learn with and from the queer community about consent and communication with TikToker Madeline Gregg.

Madeline Gregg (she/her) is a queer sex educator specializing in LGBT+ sex education with a focus in anatomy, intimacy, and gender. She is certified under the American College of Sexologists. Her TikTok presence became highly successful, earning over 1 million followers. Madeline owns a menstrual cup line called Vampire Shot Glass. Vampire Shot Glass is one of the few menstrual cup lines that is unapologetically gender inclusive, with the launch highlighting people under the trans umbrella.
Friday, April 26
9:00-10:00 a.m.
Women's Center
Go Green for Menstrual Hygiene

Do you menstruate? Would you like to learn more about environmental and financially sustainable solutions to menstrual hygiene management? Join us for a Go Green for Menstrual Hygiene workshop!

Participants learn about different sustainable menstrual hygiene products and their environmental impacts. Thanks to initial funding from the Green Fund and ongoing funding from the Women's Advocacy Council, student participants who menstruate will leave with a sustainable menstrual hygiene kit, while supplies last, to promote the adoption of sustainable menstrual management.

Email womenscenter@uwosh.edu with questions or if you would like to schedule a workshop for your group!
Friday, April 26
5:00-6:30 p.m.
Titan Underground
Healthy Relationship Bingo

Join the Women’s Center and UWO Campus Advocate for an evening of Healthy Relationship Bingo! Test your knowledge on topics like consent, relationship goals, campus resources, safer sex, and more. Bring your friends, win some prizes, and learn more about healthy relationships.
Friday, May 3
2:00-4:00 p.m.
Women's Center
Crafts, Coffee, and Community

Join Women's Center staff, interns, and students in creating feminist craft projects, chatting over a cup of coffee, tea, or hot chocolate, and creating a supportive and intersectional community.

Craft: TBD
Monday, May 6
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Women's Center
Safer Sex Ed in the Center

Let’s destigmatize sex! Safer Sex Ed in the Center will be a safe and intersectional space to ask questions, learn about our bodies and how they work, talk about consent and healthy relationships, and get the sex positive comprehensive sex education everyone deserves.

What are barrier methods and how do you use them? How can you communicate better with your partner(s)? Is what you see in explicit online videos real? What does queer and/or disability inclusive sex look like? Explore these questions and more during Safer Sex Ed in the Center!
Tuesday, May 7
1:30-2:30 p.m.
Women's Center
Go Green for Menstrual Hygiene

Do you menstruate? Would you like to learn more about environmental and financially sustainable solutions to menstrual hygiene management? Join us for a Go Green for Menstrual Hygiene workshop!

Participants learn about different sustainable menstrual hygiene products and their environmental impacts. Thanks to initial funding from the Green Fund and ongoing funding from the Women's Advocacy Council, student participants who menstruate will leave with a sustainable menstrual hygiene kit, while supplies last, to promote the adoption of sustainable menstrual management.

Email womenscenter@uwosh.edu with questions or if you would like to schedule a workshop for your group!
Monday, May 13
Women’s Center
12:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m.
Finals Survival Night

If you need a place to study or de-stress, we are here for you! We will be staying open late and have coloring books, board and video games, and other activities to help get you through the stress of finals. Survival kits filled with goodies will be available, while supplies last.

Theme: TBD