The Women*s Center is a...

  • welcoming space for all gender identities and expressions
  • place to learn about women's and gender issues
  • quiet location for studying, relaxing, and socializing
  • place to develop and act on your social justice interests

Feel free to stop by the Women*s Center in 3012 Armstrong Student Center between 8am-5pm (7:30am-4:30pm summer hours) to learn more about our programs and resources or just to hang out.

"The Women*s Center is a place of learning and thought for me. I learn how to become a leader on the issues that mean most to me here." (Jessie)

Check us out!

There are lots of ways to interact with the Women's Center!

  • Subscribe to our WOMYNTLK listserv for weekly gender-related news and event updates.
  • Contribute to The Femellectual, a literary and art publication highlighting the voices of students.
  • Follow us on our social media sites.
  • Drop by the Women*s Center and experience our space, programs, and services in person.

Get Involved

Take a WGS Class

The Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGS) is is a dynamic, interdisciplinary program in the College of Arts and Science that investigates how our lives are affected by gender race, class, age, sexuality, religion, (dis)ability, gender identity, and nationality. Both a WGS major and minor are available to undergraduate students. The WGS program also offers two thematic sequences and a graduate concentration.

Apply for a Women*s Center Internship

fall interns

Our student interns enrich their Miami experience through education, activism, and leadership development.

Do a Practicum at the Women*s Center

Work directly with undergraduates and help coordinate Women’s Center programs. Flexible to meet your interests!

Create Your Own Experience

Are you looking for ways to get involved in social justice or community outreach activities related to women's and gender issues? Do you have a project that you'd like to develop and implement? Need some help talking through your ideas and identifying opportunities or resources?

Stop by the Women*s Center and speak with our staff.