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UI Retirees Association

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Campus & Community Resources

Lactation Rooms on Campus

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Scholarships for Women

There are several scholarships created for women and single mothers on the UI campus.

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Get Involved

Learn how you can help the Women's Center by contributing to our blog, hosting an event and sharing your experiences.

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Online Resources

  • AWARE - Arming Women Against Rape & Endangerment; a great site that offers great educational resources about personal safety for women. The group also offers self-defense classes.
  • Feminist Majority Foundation - An organization that fights for women's rights around the world and crusades for equality in reproductive health issues.
  • Battered Women's Support Services - A group that provides support for women who have experienced abuse, and also promotes advocacy to prevent violence against women.
  • Women Watch - The United Nations group that promoted gender equality throughout the world.
  • UNIFEM - The United Nations fund that provides financial assistance to gender equality campaigns.
  • GirlGeeks - A site for tech-savvy women that provides support, job resources, business tips, and more.
  • Global Fund for Women - A group that provides grants and funding to women's groups that aid in eliminating poverty and violence.
  • METRAC - The Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Women and Children; a Canadian non-profit that aims to end violence against women and children.
  • Ms. Foundation - This group funds and promotes activism among women, and helped launch the famous Take Our Daughters To Work Day.
  • Moscow League of Women Voters
  • Moscow Women’s Giving Circle
  • American Association of University Women (AAUW)

  • Violence Prevention Programs – Committed to personal, campus, and community safety.
  • Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse – Help for victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • Stonewall Health Project – The Stonewall Health Project is a regional HIV prevention program addressing the physical, psychological, and emotional health of men who have sex with men, impacting sexual decisions, promoting healthy choices, and affirming personal sexuality.
  • UI Women's and Gender Studies Program – Offering a minor in the interdisciplinary program that helps both women and men understand the role that gender has in our society as well as globally.
  • WSU Women's Resource Center – The mission of the Women’s Resource Center is to facilitate a work and learning environment at Washington State University that supports the success and empowerment of all women students, staff and faculty, as individuals and as a community.
  • WSU Department of Women's Studies – Women's studies is an interdisciplinary field of research and teaching that places gender and women at the center of inquiry.

  • Community Action – The Community Service Block Grant program provides States and Federal and State-recognized Indian Tribes with funds to provide a range of services to address the needs of low income individuals to ameliorate the causes and conditions of poverty. The CSBG is administered by the Division of State Assistance in the Office of Community Services (OCS).
  • Women of Color Alliance – The Women of Color Alliance strives to unite women of color in a strong common bond, so that women can change destructive racial disharmony by actively leading our families and society, in honoring our powerful cultural diversity and responding to humanity’s call for love, respect, compassion and service.
  • Your Family, Friends, and Neighbors – Promote respect and understanding for all people, especially in regard to sexual orientation and gender identity.

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Mailing Address:
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Phone: (208) 885-2777

Fax: (208) 885-6285

Email: wcenter@uidaho.edu

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