The mission of the Women's Resource Center is to support women and feminist students at San José State University. Through dynamic programming and educational outreach the Women's Resource Center seeks to improve the campus climate for female or feminist-identified students and advocate for the respect and safety of all members of the campus community. In collaboration with other campus programs the Women's Resource Center works to meet the needs of students to promote the successful completion of their educational goals.
We sponsor educational and community building programs. Our library has an extensive collection of books concerning race, class, gender, sexuality, ability and other identity topics as well as a collection of films created by women. Space can be used for club meetings, studying, and hanging out. The center networks with campus and San José area organizations in order to build a stronger community and support system for the students of San José State University.
Services We Offer
- Drop-in Social Space
- Meeting Space for Student Groups
- National Organization for Women (NOW) Student Group
- INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence Student Group
- Brown-Bag Lunch Series with Professors, Staff, Administrators and Community Members
- Movie Nights
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Video Library
- Lending Library With 100s of Classic and Contemporary Feminist and Gender Studies Titles Available
- Events Throughout The Year
- Intimate Partner and Domestic Violence Awareness Month featuring the Clothesline Project
- Love Your Body Day
- VDAY and The Vagina Monologues
- Women's History Month
- Sexual Assault Awareness Month featuring Take Back The Night
- We welcome all persons who ever have, currently do, or ever will identify as “women”.
We are located in Modular B between Hoover Hall and the Aquatic Center. Please stop by to hang out, chat, read, eat lunch, or just check out the space!