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The transition to a university setting can present a unique challenge. Balancing academics, family responsibilities, work, study, and co-curricular activities can be difficult, especially while adjusting to a new environment. Students, faculty, and staff at Western Illinois University can help ease this transition.
Alcohol and Other Drugs Resource Center
Seal Hall 208, east wing, (309) 298-2457
The Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Resource Center is a licensed provider of alcohol/drug education and treatment. The AOD center provides alcohol and drug use assessments, DUI (Driving Under the Influence) evaluations, DUI risk education, and early intervention group programming, as well as Level 1 outpatient treatment for students struggling with drinking or drug-related problems or addictions. The AOD Resource Center is licensed to provide services by the Illinois Department of Human Services Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA). Services are affordable and confidential.
Macomb Travel Center, (309) 833-5531 or (800) 932-5531
Public transportation is available between Macomb and Chicago via Amtrak rail service. Amtrak offers roundtrip service twice daily from Macomb to Chicago with intermittent stops along the way. Reservations are encouraged two weeks in advance for the best rate. Senior citizens, children (ages 2-15), military, state travel, AAA, and Student Advantage discounted rates are available. A full service location offering ticketing and reservations is also available in the University Union Concourse from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Monday-Friday. Cash, credit cards, debit cards, travelers checks, money orders, and personal checks are accepted. For more information, contact Amtrak. Contact Macomb Travel Center for immediate ticketing.
Western Hall, (309) 298-1190
Western offers a broad-based athletics program sponsoring 20 NCAA Division I intercollegiate varsity sports. Students are encouraged to attend and support WIU athletic events. General admission is free for enrolled students with a WIU ID. Tryouts are held on various dates at the beginning of the fall semester for students interested in trying out for an intercollegiate varsity athletic team. For more information, contact the head coach of the interested sport or call Athletics at (309) 298-1964.
Students may elect to open an account at a Macomb financial institution since local checks are more readily accepted by area merchants. Some ATM machines are available on campus.
Citizens Bank, Division of Morton Community Bank
127 South Side Square....... (309) 833-4551
MidAmerica National Bank
130 North Side Square....... (309) 833-4111
First Bankers Trust Company
440 North Lafayette............. (309) 837-6664
Schuyler State Bank
1661 East Jackson............ (309) 833-1200
First State Bank of Illinois
500 East Jackson................. (309) 837-3935
Western Illinois Credit Union
322 West University Dr..... (309) 298-2986
Heartland Bank & Trust Company
430 West Jackson............... (309) 837-9988
Beu Health Center
Corner of Western Avenue and Murray Street, (309) 298-1888
Beu Health Center is a nationally accredited medical center that provides general primary medical services for all registered and active full-time or part-time WIU students at the Macomb campus who have paid tuition and fees. Spouses/partners of active students are also eligible to utilize Beu services. The center is equipped with an in-house pharmacy, lab, X-ray areas, and provides immunization/allergy services and psychiatric services. Physicians and certified nurse practitioners provide diagnosis, treatment, and prescriptive services, as well as referrals to specialists and outside providers. Office hours are 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday; phone lines are open 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Billing and Receivables
Sherman Hall 106, (309) 298-1831
The Billing and Receivables office is responsible for billing and collecting monies due to the University. The University offers two payment plans: the Open Payment Plan gives students and family members flexibility when submitting payments, and the Automated Payment Plan provides a more structured option. Information on both payment plans and payment methods can be viewed online.
Bureau of Cultural Affairs
Browne Hall 114, (309) 298-3571
The Bureau of Cultural Affairs (BCA) is a student-run organization that provides a diverse, performing arts series FREE to our students and affordable to the community. Performances include national Broadway tours, theatre, dance, comedy, chamber music, and much more. BCA membership is open to all WIU students and community members and offers opportunities to help select and produce the events. This is a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the music and theatre business and work with professionals in the industry.
A variety of religious organizations meet at Western Illinois University. At least six student centers are located near campus, providing a comfortable atmosphere in which students gather for worship, meetings, services, classes, and social activities. A list of campus ministries is available on the web.
Donald S. Spencer Student Recreation Center, (309) 298-1228
All enrolled, fee-paying students have many opportunities to pursue a healthy lifestyle and explore recreational interests through a variety of Campus Recreation programs, facilities, and services including access to five multipurpose courts; two group fitness studios; a one-eighth mile, elevated track; three cardio theatre areas with more than 65 cardio machines; a large weight room with selectorized Cybex and plate-loaded Hammer Strength weight training equipment and free weights; a boxing room; five racquetball/wallyball courts; and an aquatics center with pool, hot tub, and sauna. Students can participate in more than 40 intramural events in men’s, women’s, and co-recreational divisions including competitive, intermediate, and fun levels of play. Group fitness, personal training, and aquatic programs present options for students to accomplish and maintain their personal fitness goals. Some WIU sport clubs provide opportunities for regional and national competition, while others focus on skill development and educational goals. Students can take part in a variety of special events such as “The Amazing Race,” Rocky 5K Run, and kayaking. Outdoor pursuits offers several off-campus outdoor experiences and skills workshops in caving, camping, and other adventure activities. Campus Recreation facilities include Harry Mussatto Golf Course, Sipolt Memorial Disc Golf Course, and Vince Grady Field for flag football, soccer, softball, lacrosse, and Ultimate Frisbee. Outdoor courts are
available for basketball, sand and grass volleyball, and tennis.
Career Development Center
Memorial Hall 125, (309) 298-1838
Career Services assists students in all facets of career planning and preparation. The office individually helps students with resume and letter construction, mock interviewing, and job search techniques. In addition, there are numerous online resources for students to use. Throughout each semester, the office provides on-campus workshops on career planning topics including social networking, internships, business ethics/etiquette, and transitioning to the workforce. A comprehensive online registration system (eRecruiting) is available to all students. This is the program of choice for employers wishing to recruit potential employees as well as interns. Registered students have access to thousands of jobs posted directly to WIU. The office holds three on-campus career fairs, two in the fall and one in the spring. Group workshops are available to student organizations and professional (for credit) classes are also available.
Casa Latina Cultural Center
Multicultural Center 202, (309) 298-3379
The Casa Latina Cultural Center promotes an environment that reflects rich Latino and international cultural heritages and provides a comfortable and inviting “home away from home” atmosphere for students. The center celebrates and implements quality educational and entertaining multicultural programs for the WIU-Macomb campus and surrounding community. Casa Latina houses the International Friendship Club (IFC), Latin American Student Organization (LASO), and Tradición Hispana Dance Troupe.
Center for International Studies
Memorial Hall 342, (309) 298-2426
It is increasingly important for college graduates to have an understanding of the different people, places, and cultures of the world in order to be truly competitive in the global workforce. The Center for International Studies offers international support including Admissions, Orientation, Study Abroad, and WESL (Western’s English as a Second Language). In addition to helping students choose from a wide variety of study abroad options, the center provides international experiences on campus through programs like Conversation Partners and Cultural Café.
WIU students can choose from study abroad programs in more than 50 countries. Many of the semester- or year-long programs are comparable to the price of studying on campus. Programs are available during semesters, academic year, summer, or even spring and winter breaks. Some are independent while others are group programs led by WIU professors. With careful planning, any WIU student who meets the requirements can study abroad with any major or minor. For more information, go to the Office of Study Abroad in Memorial Hall 344, call (309) 298-2504, or visit Study Abroad.
Child care services are available on campus for children six weeks to five years old at the University Infant and Preschool Center and PACT Head Start. Both facilities offer licensed programs, nutritious snacks and meals, a fenced play yard, and a developmentally appropriate curriculum. For the University Infant and Preschool Center information, call (309) 298-1250. For PACT Head Start information, call (309) 298-3143 or visit pactheadstart.com. In addition, there are daycare centers in the community. Contact the Macomb Area Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Development Corporation, (309) 837-4855.
Disability Resource Center
Memorial Hall 143, (309) 298-2512; TTY (309) 298-1856
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) collaborates with faculty and staff to facilitate student inclusion and ensure accessibility to University programs for students with disabilities. Students experiencing issues with access who would like to request auxiliary aids and services, the removal of a barrier, or modifications to policies or procedures, may contact DRC at (309) 298-2512 or email@example.com.
Sherman Hall 127, (309) 298-2446
Students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each academic year to be considered for federal and state financial aid (including federal loans). Beginning January 1 every year, students are urged to complete the FAFSA online at fafsa.gov as soon as possible, for early announcement and to meet potential deadlines. Students (and parents of dependent students) may apply for a PIN (Personal Identification Number) within the application to sign the FAFSA electronically. Illinois Veterans Grant and Illinois National Guard Grant: Financial Aid awards both the Illinois Veterans Grant and the Illinois National Guard Grant programs to eligible students.
Go West Transit
University Union, first level, (309) 298-3353
Go West Transit provides extensive fixed route transportation, connecting students from their residence halls to their classes, around campus, to shopping, Amtrak, the Macomb square, the hospital, and many other locations within Macomb. With an efficient fare-free system of over 15 routes, Go West operates seven days a week, from 7 a.m. to midnight on weekdays, as well as extensive late night and weekend service. Go West also provides live online GPS tracking (gowesttransit.com) showing the locations of all buses on routes, as well as texting at stops to be informed when the next few buses will arrive.
Gwendolyn Brooks Cultural Center
Multicultural Center 210, (309) 298-2220
The Gwendolyn Brooks Cultural Center is named after the Pulitzer Prize-winning Poet Laureate of Illinois. The center is committed to helping the campus community adjust to a multicultural society without regard to age, race, or economic status while promoting the rich cultural experience of Black Americans.
Harry Mussatto Golf Course
1215 Tower Road, (309) 298-3676
The Harry Mussatto Golf Course is a scenic and challenging 18-hole championship venue featuring beautiful vistas, spectacular elevation changes, four sets of tees, undulating greens, and bentgrass tees and greens. The course also provides a driving range, putting green, golf instruction, a nine-hole pitch and putt course, and a pro shop that carries a full line of quality golf equipment, logo apparel, and accessories.
Interpersonal Violence Prevention Initiative
Multicultural Center 209, (309) 298-2242
Western's Interpersonal Violence Prevention Initiative (IVPI) is funded by a three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence
Against Women to help further reduce incidents of domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking on campus. IVPI staff and volunteers
provide educational programming for classes, organizations, and departments on campus, as well as an online prevention education program for students,
faculty, and staff. IVPI also offer referrals and support for survivors of interpersonal violence.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender/Transsexual, Questioning/Queer, Ally Resource Center
Seal Hall 311, east wing, (309) 298-4004
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender/Transsexual, Questioning/Queer, Ally (LGBTQA) Resource Center’s primary objective is to foster a welcoming and inclusive environment for people of all sexualities, gender identities, and gender expressions at WIU and the greater Macomb community. The center serves as a connection to LGBTQA-related topics through resources, support, and education. Similarly, the center continues to enhance LGBTQA identity formation through various leadership opportunities, as well as developing and implementing programming on LGBTQA issues.
Macomb Area Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Development Corporation
Macomb Area Chamber
The Macomb Area Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Development Corporation welcomes new students and families to Macomb. Contact the office for more information regarding businesses, clubs and organizations, schools, and community events.
McDonough District Hospital
525 East Grant Street, (309) 833-4101
McDonough District Hospital
McDonough District Hospital is a 113-bed healthcare facility providing a wide spectrum of advanced medical treatments and personalized health services including emergency treatment, surgical procedures, advanced diagnostic capabilities, physical therapy, behavioral health counseling, outreach and diabetes education, obstetrics and gynecology, cancer care, and access to patient advocates. A hospitality house is also available to provide outpatients and patients’ family members with comfortable and convenient short-term housing.
Office of Public Safety
Mowbray Hall, (309) 298-1949, Emergencies 911, TDD (309) 298-2624, Parking Services (309) 298-1921
The Office of Public Safety (OPS) provides a safe and secure environment for our campus. OPS is committed to the prevention of crime; protection of life and property; preservation of peace, order, and safety; enforcement of laws and University policies; quality parking services; and the safeguarding of constitutional guarantees. Officers strive to maintain public trust and confidence by holding themselves to the highest level of integrity and professional standards.
OPS is staffed by police officers 24 hours a day, seven days a week and can be contacted by calling 911 for emergencies or (309) 298-1949 for non-emergencies. OPS offers an on-campus safety escort program for students who must walk on campus at night. Outdoor lighting has been upgraded to provide more coverage and illumination on campus. The Emergency Call Box system consists of 51 emergency radio call-boxes strategically placed across campus, which are connected to the telecommunications room at OPS. Blue lights, highly visible at night, indicate call-box locations.
The Office of Public Safety partners with the WIU community to provide a safe environment. Through training, education, and environmental management, we
strive to provide a pleasant, safe, and secure campus.
OPS coordinates the student volunteer Western Emergency Medical Service (WEMS), which provides medical assistance to students and staff on campus.
Western Illinois University and the city of Macomb have the 911 emergency phone network system. In case of extreme illness, hospitalization, or other emergency situations, Student Development and Orientation (SDO), (309) 298-1884, can notify a student’s instructors. SDO and the Office of Public Safety, (309) 298-1949, can also help families contact students in the event of a family emergency.
Parking Services: All vehicles, including bicycles, must be registered for campus use. Both on- and off-campus students can purchase parking permits. Each parking lot has signs designating the type of permit required for parking in that location. Visitors should obtain parking information and a visitor permit upon arriving on campus. Parking permits, maps, and rules and regulations are available in Mowbray Hall.
Office of Student Activities
University Union, first level, (309) 298-3232
The Office of Student Activities (OSA) is the primary resource for student organizations and programs. Student life at Western Illinois University is enriched by involvement in any of the more than 200 student organizations that meet diverse cultural, intellectual, and social interests. OSA provides students a variety of opportunities that complement and enhance in-class learning including leadership development, volunteer services, campuswide events and activities programming, the Student Government Association, fraternities and sororities, and more. Like us on Facebook; search WIU OSA.
Office of the Registrar
Sherman Hall 110, (309) 298-1891
The Office of the Registrar determines students’ residency status, administers student registration, verifies degree completion, maintains student academic records, and reviews applications for undergraduate readmission. This office is also responsible for certifying National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) academic eligibility; issuing official transcripts and verifications; printing diplomas; publishing class schedules; coordinating commencement; issuing grade reports; processing student requests to change a major, minor, or address; and administering academic room scheduling. The Office of the Registrar also facilitates the GradTrac program.
Organization of Adult Students for Interaction and Support
Student Organization Center, University Union, lower level, (309) 298-3284
The Organization of Adult Students for Interaction and Support (OASIS) is designed to address specific concerns of non-traditional students. Nontraditional students include those ages 24 and older; married/partnered, divorced or widowed, pregnant or parenting; military veterans or reservists pursuing a non-traditional course of study; returning to school after or while being out in the workforce; working from home; or rearing a family. The group’s goal is to assist non-traditional students with balancing their educational goals with their other life responsibilities. Non-traditional students are more likely to be commuters with work or family obligations, and often face challenges to their academic pursuits that differ from those encountered by traditional students. OASIS helps facilitate a fall orientation session for non-traditional students. The student-parent subcommittee seeks to provide academic support, child care information, and advocacy to address unique issues associated with raising a family while attending college. Visit the website for meeting times, informational items, and special events, or call OASIS to sign up for the non-traditional student listserv and find out how to get involved.
S & G Taxi Service
S & G Taxi
Local transportation is available from S & G’s Taxi Service.
Student Assistance and Parent Service Center
University Union, first level, (309) 298-2092
The Student Assistance and Parent Service Center (SAPSC) is a one-stop shop that provides students and parents with information and services for nearly every area of campus. Staff can answer questions about financial aid, billing, advising, course transferability, health and wellness, STARS, scholarships, University policies and procedures, and much more. The center also provides information, guidance, resources, and additional support to veterans. Through the web, phone, or in person, SAPSC is dedicated to providing students and parents the best customer service possible in a streamlined manner.
Student Development and Orientation
Seal Hall 301, east wing, (309) 298-1884
Student Development and Orientation (SDO) offers a wide variety of services throughout the year designed to enhance student growth and success beginning with new student orientation. Individualized assistance is available for students experiencing academic and/or personal difficulty. Educational programming is also available on topics related to adjustment, student development, and support for student learning and success.
Sherman Hall 121, (309) 298-1996
Students interested in seeking on-campus employment should check job listings posted in the glass case outside Sherman Hall 121 or on the web.
Student Health Insurance
Beu Health Center, lower level, (309) 298-1882
All undergraduate and graduate students registered and assessed fees for nine semester hours as of the tenth day of the fall and spring semester terms, and all graduate assistants under contract to the University enrolled for at least one credit hour of coursework, will be assessed the insurance fee on their University bill. Continuous year-round coverage is available if the student maintains nine semester hours during the fall and spring semesters:
- Fall term: August 1-January 31
- Spring term: February 1-July 31
A brochure explaining the student health insurance coverage is available.
Student Judicial Programs
Seal Hall 101, east wing, (309) 298-2436
Student Judicial Programs administers the University’s student discipline process. To inform students of their rights and responsibilities, Student Judicial Programs publishes the Code of Student Conduct. Staff members collaborate with campus and community groups in substance abuse prevention, community responsibility, leadership, relationship violence prevention, ethics, and dispute resolution. Selected students gain valuable leadership experience through service on the faculty-student-staff judicial board.
Student Organization Center
University Union, lower level, (309) 298-3243
Student Organization Center
The Student Organization Center, open Monday-Friday from 7 a.m.-11 p.m., houses 20 student organizations including the Student Government Association. The center supplies mailboxes for all registered student organizations, along with a conference room, lounge area, computers, and supplies for student organization use.
University Advising and Academic Services Center
Memorial Hall, lower level, (309) 298-1846
Every student at Western Illinois University is assigned an academic adviser to assist with course selection and degree completion. Advisers also refer students to support services such as tutoring or counseling when needed. Undeclared students, transitional advising program students, and students admitted through the Academic Services Program are advised in the University Advising and Academic Services Center (UAASC). Regularly admitted students who have declared majors are advised through their academic major department or college advising center. Students are encouraged to see their adviser early and often throughout the academic year.
University Counseling Center
Memorial Hall 102, (309) 298-2453
Free, confidential counseling services are offered for currently enrolled Western Illinois University students who are faced with personal, academic, or career decision-making concerns. Professional counselors are available to offer personal counseling services to individuals, couples, and groups. Students may also receive assistance with academic difficulties, the selection of major(s) and career paths, and testing services to assess vocational, psychological, and learning problems. Throughout the year, counselors offer a wide array of educational programs on subjects such as time management, sexual assault prevention, and other issues. The center offers resources including books, audio and video materials, and computer programs to assist students in the learning process. The University Counseling Center is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services.
University Housing and Dining Services
Seal Hall, first floor, west wing, (309) 298-2461
University Housing and Dining Services (UHDS) provides safe, clean, comfortable residence hall and apartment facilities; a nutritious, well-balanced food service program; and environments that are stimulating and supportive of Western’s academic mission, all at an affordable price.
Residence hall living allows students to experience a sense of community, enhance personal growth, and develop special friendships. Students may find that living on campus becomes one of the most enriching
aspects of their college experience. In fact, research indicates that students who live on campus earn better grades and are more likely to graduate than students who live off campus. First year and sophomore students are required to live on campus and are guaranteed space in the residence halls. Through hall governments, students have the opportunity to plan and participate in a variety of programs including educational, cultural, social, community service, and athletic events. Watch for notices and ask a resident assistant how to become involved.
Each residence hall is supervised by a live-in complex director and one or more assistant complex directors, collectively referred to as head staff. These individuals are trained to advise students and manage the operation of the residence halls. The head staff works with resident assistants to help students develop and maintain a community that promotes academic, personal, and social growth. Western Illinois University encourages students to get the most out of their experience by becoming active members of their residence hall community.
Limited apartments for married students, graduate students, adult learners, and students with families are available on-campus. For more information about on-campus apartment housing,
contact Graduate and Family Housing, Seal Hall, first floor, (309) 298-3331.
Off-campus Living: Many off-campus accommodations are available in Macomb for those students who qualify to live off-campus. For a listing of off-campus properties and rentals, call the Student Tenant Union, (309) 298-3285, or consult the real estate listings in the Macomb telephone directory.
Campus Dining: Meal plans are required for everyone who lives on-campus. Purchasing power is automatically loaded onto the student ID card at the start of each semester. Students living off-campus have the option to purchase a meal plan as well. All meal plans can be used at any campus dining location. Visit “UHDS Meal Plan Add/Purchase” from the STARS drop-down menu to purchase a meal plan or add money to an existing meal plan.
University Libraries provides research assistance, instruction in library use, group study space, lectures and special events, regional archives, and is a Federal Depository location. The libraries house an extensive collection and offers online database access to thousands of academic periodic journals and publications. The Leslie F. Malpass Library in Macomb is the main branch of the University Libraries and provides an inviting environment for research and study. The Macomb campus also has three specialized branch libraries for music, curriculum, and physical sciences. The WIU-Quad Cities campus houses a branch library and provides access to the same materials as the Macomb libraries.
Stipes Hall 126, Help Desk (309) 298-2704
All registered students have access to WIU email accounts, space to create a personal web page, network file storage space, and access to the Internet via the campus network. Students have access to various software packages, Windows and Mac OS X computers, two-sided laser printing in student-staffed computing labs, and unstaffed computer resource centers throughout campus and in residence halls. Students living in residence halls and graduate family housing have high-speed Internet access available. Wireless coverage is available in all academic buildings and public areas of residence halls. Visit the web for lab locations and hours of operation.
Murray Street, (309) 298-1986
The University Union provides services, conveniences, and amenities for members of the University community. Union facilities and services include guest rooms, ballrooms, meeting rooms, dining and catering services, and scheduling and event services. The Union also houses a food court, convenience store, Student Organization Center, bookstore, service center, the Office of Student Activities, the Student Assistance and Parent Service Center, student transportation office, legal services, and a computer store.
University Union Board
University Union, lower level, (309) 298-3286
The University Union Board (UUB) sponsors over 40 student-focused activities and events per year including Homecoming Week, WestFest, special movie events, music events, comedians, speakers, and activities such as Bingo nights and speed dating. For upcoming events, like UUB on Facebook, fb.com/wiu.uub, or visit the website.
University Union Bookstore
University Union, ground level, (309) 298-1931
Students may purchase or rent textbooks at the beginning of each semester, either in the store or through the bookstore’s website. Supplies, clothing, and souvenir/gift items are also available for purchase on their website. Payment types accepted at the bookstore include Rocky Dollars, cash, personal check, and MasterCard, Visa, and Discover cards. Payments accepted on the website include MasterCard, Visa, and Discover cards (debit included).
Veterans Resource Center
Wright Residence, 333 Ward Street, (309) 298-3505
Veterans Resource Center
The Veterans Resource Center is committed to assisting those who have served or are currently serving in the U.S. military and their family members. The center provides coordinated services and resources in a one-stop location to ensure all military service members are afforded the greatest opportunities for success. The center staff strives to provide a streamlined approach to helping veterans and military personnel obtain educational and military transcripts, as well as complete applications for the G.I. Bill, Illinois Veterans Grant, Illinois National Guard Grant, Illinois MIA/POW Scholarship, Federal Tuition Assistance, and Federal Student Aid programs. Individualized assistance in additional areas include, but are not limited to, questions regarding periods of military activation and deployment; obtaining appropriate housing accommodations; requesting military records; and acquiring community living information, outreach services, and health benefits.
WESTEL Telecommunication Services
Sherman Hall 22, (309) 298-2701
WESTEL is Western’s student line and long distance service. To have E911, campus and local calling capability, and long distance service from your residence hall room, you must first establish a line of service with WESTEL by accessing STARS and selecting the WESTEL Line Request option. This service includes voicemail, campus and local calls, and all available features provided by the uTech Telecommunications office for an $18/monthly fee. Accepting collect calls on your requested line of service is not permitted. A $15 penalty fee will be charged plus the call charges for each collect call accepted to your room telephone number.
Multicultural Center 209, (309) 298-2242
The Women’s Center’s goal is to provide a supportive environment for all Western Illinois University women—students, faculty, and staff. The center has a meeting room and lounge where individuals and groups may meet and study. The center’s library contains books, videos, DVDs, newsletters, magazines, and resource files on a wide selection of topics including women’s history, health, careers, politics, violence against women, and relationships. In addition, the Women’s Center provides information and referrals to many campus and community resources for women. The center plans and supports programming on women’s issues while acting as an advocate for women. Anyone who is interested is invited to stop by or schedule an appointment.
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