Our Mission: The Women's Resource Center is committed to recognizing and celebrating the diverse representations of women on campus, encouraging and supporting their personal growth, academic enrichment and professional development, offering advocacy and referral services, and providing educational programming and resources to help women reach their full potential.
Help Out: Need volunteer hours or just want to help? Contact us!
Pick Up: We have free pamphlets and resources on a variety of topics. We also offer FREE tampons, pads, and condoms!
Share It: Have an idea for a program or event? We are always looking for new ideas! Let your voice be heard and share your comments, questions, and concerns.
Check Out: We have a growing library of books, journal articles, and DVDs for everyone on campus to check out using our own library scanning system. For a list of our entire BOOK library, click here!
Stop By: We have new things going on all the time! Come to our educational and fun events and programs!
Join In: Pick up an application to become part of our team or to volunteer. Join our email list for updates on campus-wide events and programs.
REMEMBER THIS: The Women's Resource Center is here for YOU - all women and men are welcome! It is a safe space for you to visit, explore, and share!
A women's center provides a safe space for women to go on campus; a space where they feel welcomed and at peace. WE are a place where women can be seen, heard, and believed.
Women have unique experiences that are often ignored by our male-dominated society. So often in our society and in our world, women do not have a safe place to go where their thoughts, opinions and feelings are respected and valued. Here at EMU, WE are that place.
Although we are a women's center, we provide a platform for creativity, discovery, and growth for all people. Men and trans-identified students, faculty and staff are welcomed and encouraged to participate in our activities, opportunities, resources and services.
The problems that women face on a daily basis, such as gender-based violence and discrimination are not just women's problems: they are part of a larger problem on a societal level. These problems harm men as well as women. Women and men need to work together as equal partners to eradicate these issues and move toward a society based on mutual respect and understanding. WE hope to start, support, and sustain that process.
Sandra (Simone) Dixon
Lauren Shackleford - Graduate Intern
Program Coordinator: Ellen Collier
Phone #: 734.487.0364
Office: Student Center, 340 M