Support the Women's Center Today!

The Women's Center was born from the efforts of the Free Women's Collective. In our early years, we housed a number of collectives, including the Arts Collective, the Black Women's Collective, the Health Collective, and the Rape Crisis Collective. And our commitment and our accountability to our many and varied constituencies continues in our work on campus today.

Your gift can support The Women's Center General Fund on this page or our 100 Years of Women Scholarship Fund below.

The Women's Center General Fund supports:

  • Student participation in a variety of out-of-class academic experiences, such as regional and national conferences;

  • Networking and professional development opportunities to enhance the recruitment and retention of women of color staff and faculty;

  • Enhanced programming for supporting women in STEM fields; and/or

  • Program development around issues of gender equity and social justice on campus, such as our continued work through our Violence Against Women Prevention Program to educate our community on and advocate for the prevention of sexual assault, dating violence, stalking, and sexual harassment on campus.
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Supported by 17 Donations:

  • Ruth L.
  • Ruth L.
  • Ruth L.
  • Rachel S.
    Rachel S. '14
    I Gave $50
    For survivors. For activists. For radical change. For family. For so, so much.
  • Catherine G.
    I Gave $50
    I am donating for support of sexual assault victims on campus and the staff who supports them.
  • Brittany C.
    I Gave $5
    Brittnie Carrier
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    Anonymous '01
  • Gonmit S.
    Gonmit S. '09
    Dream big.
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    Anonymous
    I Gave $25
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    Anonymous
    I Gave $50
  • Tess K.
    Tess K. '13
    I Gave $50
  • Rick L.
    I Gave $30
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    Anonymous
    I Gave $100
    Because positive change takes effort and commitment. Gratitude and respect for the staff and student-activists of UConn's Women's Center.
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    Anonymous '13
  • Karen D.
    Karen D. '91
  • Debra C.
    History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again. Maya Angelou
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    Anonymous
    Cheers to women scholars young and old!