Since 1974, we have been celebrating, honoring, and empowering our campus community. We do this through a diverse range of educational programs, resources, and advocacy for all people.
The Women's Center is a confidential resource where you can report incidents of sexual misconduct (dating/domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and harassment). We will provide you the support and resources you need to take your next steps.
The Women's Center promotes a campus community that values the safety, equality, and intellectual advancement of women at West Chester University.
The Women's Center serves the diverse needs of WCU women identified people and their male allies. We provide:
We are not a health clinic, but we can answer questions about your health concerns. Visit Student Health Services in Commonwealth Hall for your women's health services.
No, we do not offer pregnancy tests. However, if you think you might be pregnant or are pregnant, we can provide you with resources and support. Student Health Services can provide pregnancy tests or you can pick one up at your local pharmacy.
Yes! Our Men in Action program focuses on the impact of gender on our everyday experiences. We encourage men to participate in all of our programs.
Our student staff is funded through work study. Contact us if you are interested in working for the Women's Center.
Get Yourself Tested: Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Testing Day is Monday, October 26, 2015.
Registration for Your Leadership Story: Women's Leadership Conference is now open.
Our Fall 2015 calendar is now available.