The Women's Studies Department offers classes, networks of support, and opportunities for activism. Women's Studies students are encouraged to examine the diverse nature of women's experiences through an intersectional lens. This includes the investigation of sexualities, gender and racial/ethnic identities, family, work, beauty images, social movements, the media, and popular culture.
We hope you will examine all that the department offers by clicking on the links to the left, and then sign up for a class! You can also visit our Chair's office in MCC 14F.