Yale Women’s Center
––Founded in 1970, the Yale Women’s Center is an undergraduate-run umbrella organization for groups on Yale’s campus and beyond that deal with issues of gender and sexuality. Join the Yale Women’s Center Community
198 Elm St. firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us Online
With our current remote set-up, we have a cozy Discord, digital resource collection, and weekly online Staffer Hours at 5–7PM ET Fridays.
︎︎︎ Join the Women’s Center Community
︎︎︎ Women’s Center Discord
In addition to Open Hours hosted by our staffers, the Yale Women’s Center hosts events and programming throughout the academic year.
Subscribe to our panlist or like us on Facebook for weekly updates on events and programs happening in and around the Women’s Center. For instant access to our events, please join our Women’s Center Community (one-time registration) here.
bit.ly/yalewomenscenter––going out once a week in the acadedmic year!
As an umbrella organization, the Yale Women’s Center hosts a variety of undergraduate organizations that align with our mission.
To learn more about our residency group system and its benefits, reach us at email@example.com.
Women’s Leadership InitiativeThe Yale Women's Leadership Initiative (WLI) is an undergraduate student organization at Yale that aims to empower future women leaders.
Float Yale Women in CSFloat is an undergraduate society of womxn and gender minorities aiming to build community and offer opportunities for students involved in CS at Yale.
Yale LGBTQ+ Co-OpThe LGBTQ Student Cooperative (fondly known as the Co-op) is Yale’s all-inclusive umbrella student organization focused on LGBTQ and allied activism.
Survivor Support NetworkWe are a group of Yale undergrads committed to mutual support as we work through the process of healing from sexual violence. Survivors of all genders are welcome. Meetings are peer-facilitated. A staff member from Yale's Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education (SHARE) Center will be present at each meeting to provide support and guidance.
Circle of Women at YaleThe Circle of Women Yale Chapter is a Chapter of the global student-run nonprofit, Circle of Women, which facilitates access to education for girls around the world. We partner with best-in-class local nonprofits and secondary schools to provide quality secondary educations to girls.
Trans@YaleTrans@Yale is a group dedicated to providing a community for trans and nonbinary identified students on campus. We focus on activism and social activities.
Voke Spoken WordVoke provides an open, safe, inclusive, constructive and creative community for Yale students, particularly within the LGBTQIA+ community. We use the arts for self-expression, advocacy, catharsis, celebration, and inspiration, with an emphasis on spoken word. We develop our creative writing and performance skills at weekly meetings while forming friendships and evolving as artists and individuals. Voke elevates voices through performance, workshops, events, collaboration, and online publication.
The Women’s Center works across issues and identities toward collective liberation. Gender and sexuality have historically been central to our work and now serve as one of many points of entry into intersectional struggles and coalition building.
We seek to foster a self-critical and self-reflective community, intentionally directing our time, resources, and programming toward dismantling systems of oppression through education and action. We aim to provide a physical and intellectual space where all are able to collaborate, learn, and unlearn without judgment. We strive to make our work accessible to everyone who wishes to engage with it, firmly believing that this work cannot and should not be done in isolation.
The Women’s Center may be spatially enclosed within and funded by Yale, but all work within the university is intertwined with New Haven. We strive to build a deep and long-standing relationship with the city: realizing our mission demands that our community and our efforts extend far beyond our campus.
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––Political Action Coordinator
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