Past Programs and Events
The Women’s Center has a rich legacy of 30 years of advocacy, programming, and leadership. Here are some events and activities from previous years:
Open House Reception to welcome new and returning students at the beginning of each fall semester.
Are You Ready
Are You Ready? Are You Ready was a campus wide sponsored program to raise awareness about sexual assault and assist community members in helping friends and family members. The annual Are You Ready? program typically takes place in February If you are interested in becoming a member of the Sexual Assault Peer Educators please visit Health Education Service’s website.
October Awareness Campaigns
October is Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Month.
The GU Women’s Center cosponsors many of the GU LGBTQ Center’s OUTober programs throughout October. For more information, please visit the LGBTQ Center’s Education and Outreach page.
Interested in chatting about feminism, sexism, and the latest topics that impact the lives of women and our community?
Our retreat is focused on leadership, gender and social justice while creating space for participants to explore identity and intersections that impact their daily lives and work at Georgetown University. We are building community across difference. For more information, please visit the VOICES Retreat page.
Community in Diversity & Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day
Every year the campus community comes together to celebrate community in diversity with events and programs that honor the work and life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Women’s History Month
Every March, the Women’s Center engages the Georgetown community in a series of events focused on Women’s History Month and gender equity issues. The GU Women’s Center provides a Women’s History Month calendar highlighting events happening all over campus. Events include speakers, workshops, and donation drives.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.