Upcoming Events

The Women's Center hosts a number of events during the semester. Registration for some events can be found on ENGAGE@KU, links will be included when available.

WED, JAN 31st    3:00 - 6:00 pm at Boxwood House


Join the Boxwood House Staff for Coffee, Cookies and Crafts at our Open House Event. The campus community is invited to tour our centers, meet our staff, and see all we have to offer at this festive event.

FRI,  FEB 2nd     2:00 - 3:00 pm at Boxwood House


Join the women’s center staff to start your weekend right with fun and interactive crafts, journaling, and a variety of topics and activities with a feminist twist.

This Week's Topic is "Waves of Feminism"

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Mondays in February starting 

Mon,  FEB 5th     2:00 - 3:00 pm at Boxwood House

WOMEN'S CENTER BOOK CLUB - Chanel Miller's "Know My Name"

“Know My Name” is a Memoir by Chanel Miller, formally known as Emily Doe. 

Join us at the Women Center in Boxwood House as we hold discussion-based meetings! 

Sign up to attend through engage or our instagram @womenscenterku and receive a free book. 

FRI, FEB 16th   2:00 - 3:00 pm at Boxwood House


Join the Women’s Center Staff to start your weekend right with fun and interactive crafts, journaling, and a variety of topics and activities with a feminist twist.

This Week's Topic is "Galentines:  Be Your Own Valentine"

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THURS,  FEB 22nd     2:00 p.m. at  MSU 218



Environmental Justice Warrier, Rhodes Scholar & Founder of Black Girl Environmentalist.  Black Girl Environmentalist is a national organization dedicated to addressing the pathway and retention issue in the climate movement for Black girls, women and gender-expansive people.

Sponsored by the Dr. Constance P. Dent & Dr. Ann Gundry Distinguished Speaker series in collaboration with the KU Women's Center & the Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Program

THURS, MAR 7th   6:00 p.m.  in  MSU 218


Survivor, Artist and New York Times Best Selling Author of “Know My Name”.

Sponsored by the Dr. Constance P Dent and Dr Ann Gundry Distinguished Speaker Series in collaboration with the KU Women's Center & the Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Program

MONDAY, MAR 18th   7:00 - 9:00 p.m. in MCC Unity Room

Women’s History Month Poet -  Fanta Ballo - “For All the Things I Never Got to Say” . 

Poet, activist, artist.  This event is led and coordinated by Pen2Paper, and we are cosponsors along with the MCC

THURSDAY, MARCH 21st   2:00 P.M. in Multicultural Center Unity Room


Join the Women's Center and Career Development Center for an inspiring afternoon at the Uplifting Women in the Workplace event! This is your chance to network, learn, and win. Indulge in delicious food while playing bingo for a chance to snag some prizes! Dive into engaging Q&A session with our insightful panel, featuring voices from diverse career paths. Don't miss out on empowering presentations on Uplifting Women in the Workplace discussing how to negotiate pay rates, combat microaggressions, harassment, and so much more!

FRIDAY, MARCH 22ND   2:00 P.M. at Boxwood House


This Week's Topic is "Music Around The World"

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FRIDAY, March 22nd     4:00 - 6:00 p.m. in MSU 218 Auditorium

Bridging the Gap Between Sexuality and Religion. 

THURSDAY, MARCH 28th   10 am to 2 pm in MSU 218 Auditorium


In honor of Women's HERstory Month, we are celebrating all the Phenomenal Women at KU who YOU nominate!!  The Phenomenal Women's Awards Show, featuring the Women of Color Museum Exhibit, will be held on Thursday, March 28th from 11am-2pm in the MSU 218. 

At this event, Your Nominee will receive an "award" with your nomination printed for them, enjoy entertainment from various artists, performers, and groups on campus- all celebrating women, a dessert reception, AND experience the most sought after traveling museum of it's kind that showcases rare and authentic artifacts of Black Women in History. 

All you need to do to honor that important, special KU woman in your life is to complete this form with your information and why she/they deserve to be nominated and celebrated (250 words or less)! You can also upload one photo. You can submit up to 3 nominees here:  https://engage.kutztown.edu/submitter/form/start/623578

We are so excited to collaborate on this event with the Multicultural Center and the Office for Student Involvement, who are sponsoring the True Black History Museum. The featured exhibit entitled, Women of Color - A Tribute to the Contributions of African-American Woman. The exhibit profiles several dynamic African-American women who have made significant contributions to society and includes original artifacts, signed documents, and photo’s of individuals such as Mary McLeod Bethune, Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou, Angela Davis, Dr. Mae Jemison, Shirley Chisholm, Coretta Scott King, Oprah Winfrey, Condoleezza Rice and other great African-American women who have impacted the history of Black Women around the world.



The Women's Center is accepting Period Product donations during the month of March. Accepting donations at Boxwood House between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Monday thru Fridays.   Please help us by joining in the effort to fight against period product insecurity !      Period products are free to all at Boxwood House.

Be sure to check out our other fun events!

FMLA - Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance Weekly Meeting

Tuesdays @ 11am, Boxwood House

FMLA, the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance, is an activist group that focuses on issues such as self-empowerment, gender equality, freedom of choice, domestic violence, and sexual abuse.