The Women’s Center is the home of the student-led movement which actively promotes equality and social justice through education, support, and mentorship within the Sewanee community and beyond.
Programs of the Women's Center
A series of casual lectures on a variety of themes followed by a question and answer session — takes place over catered lunch to fit busy schedules.
It’s your call — 931.962.6050
Support — on your terms.
Peer responders available every moment to help women and men access the networks of support at Sewanee in response to any unwanted sexual experience.
Weekly group meetings in collaboration with University Health Services to discuss books with relevant themes.
Fall 2011 – Unhooked: How Young Women Pursue Sex, Delay Love and Lose at Both by Laura Sessions Stepp
Friends of the Women’s Center
Fire Side Chats
Casual, issue-based programming including discussions and film screening
Student-led talks designed to reach all Sewanee students by catering to specific venues and groups like dorm events and Greek chapter meetings — individual empowerment, sexual health, and prevention of sexual coercion.
Resource Room — Anita Goodstein Reading Room
A designated safe-space in the Women’s Center housing materials, literature, and information about crisis response.