Opening in 2010, the SFS-Q Women's Center works closely with the main campus Women's Center. It offers educational programs for SFS-Q students and uses teleconferencing technology to discuss current issues with the main campus.

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  • Elect Her 2016

    Elect Her 2016

    The wonderful participants of our Elect Her 2016 program, listening to a speech from our keynote speaker, Councilmember Elissa Silverman.

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  • WAGE


    WAGE Study Break, April 30th

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  • Are You Ready

    Are You Ready

    "Working for Culture Change: A Story of Survival, Healing, and Action" Presented by Juliette and Marc Grimmett

  • Women's Center 25th Anniversary Reception

    Women's Center 25th Anniversary Reception

    Women's Center 25th Anniversary Reception on October 29, 2015.

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  • He for She Panel

    He for She Panel

    He for She Panel in February with the Nagoya University Delegation and campus partners.

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  • Women's Veteran's Panel

    Women's Veteran's Panel

    Our panelists and moderator during the Women's History Month 2016 "Women Veterans in Transition and Questions of Identity" panel.

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  • Denim Day 2016

    Denim Day 2016

    Celebrating Denim Day 2016 with campus partners.

  • Title IX

    Title IX

Welcome to the Georgetown University Women’s Center! The Women’s Center opened in 1990 and has been celebrating, honoring and empowering our campus community since its inception. We offer a diverse selection of educational programs, volunteer opportunities, services and resources to engage the Georgetown campus in meaningful ways. We work closely with students, staff, faculty and alumni to address the needs of our community and to create a supportive environment that is respectful and reflects our Jesuit values of Cura Personalis.

Our door is open! Please visit us in the Leavey Center and follow us on Facebook and Hoya link! We look forward to working with you and becoming an integral part of your experience at Georgetown. Hoya Saxa!