There are so many ways to get involved with the Women’s Center and Campus!
Ain’t I A Black Womxn is a discussion series within the Women’s Center. The series explores the experiences of those who identify as Black Womxn. Be on the lookout, each semester, for a schedule of events around campus!
The Feminist Student Union is an intersectional, inclusive feminist organization on the University of Missouri campus that promotes advocacy, activism, and education surrounding feminist issues in our community and beyond.
The focus of the program is to assist the non-native English speaker with their conversational English, awareness of North American culture and knowledge of living in Columbia, MO.
OSPS is a support network for student parents. OSPS is open to any Mizzou student (undergraduate, graduate, or professional).
Check out all the great organizations on campus through Engage! Have trouble finding something? Speak with an involvement ambassador.
Women of Mizzou engages a diverse group of women-identifying individuals and allies to promote equity in higher education. Through advocacy, expanded networks, and shared resources, we take strategic and confident action toward achieving our aspirations and goals.
Interested in being a Dub-C Staffer? Each semester we have a staff of students who greet guests at the front desk, help the Center’s general functions, take on a semester mission, create a safe and inclusive space for visitors and table at various campus events.