Q) What does the Multicultural, Gender & Women's Center do?

A) The Multicultural, Gender & Women's Center is an organization that contribues to the social, cultural and intellectual development of all sudents, staff and faculty, and that strives to create a safer environment through education and advocacy. It's a place that creates opportunities for discussion and understanding on racial and gender issues and a place to recieve support, ask questions and simply talk. The mission of the Multicultural, Gender & Women's Center is to advocate, educate, and provide support services for the advancement of racial and gender equity on campus and within the community at large.

 

Q) Where is the Multicultural, Gender & Women's Center?

A) The Multicultural, Gender & Women's Center is located on the second floor of the Gallagher Student Center, Room #280.

 

Q) Are men allowed at the Multicultural, Gender & Women's Center?

A) Men are welcome at the Center. The research library, study areas, programming and other services are open to everyone in the Xavier community. Men play an important role in helping the Center accomplish its goals.

 

Q) What kind of services does the Multicultural, Gender & Women's Center provide?

A) The Multicultural, Gender & Women's Center provides a number of important services to the Xavier community including a Babysitter Directory, Smooth Transitions for incoming freshman, an M Room for nursing mothers, and much more. A complete list of programs can be found here. The office itself serves as a comfortable place to study or hangout and can be utilized by clubs or organizations on campus as a place to meet or hold events. If interested in utilizing the office space, please call (513) 745- 3940. 

 

Q) How can I get involved with the Multicultural, Gender & Women's Center?

A) Individuals interested in getting involved with the Multicultural, Gender & Women's Center should contact the Center either through E-mail, telephone, or by visiting the office. We are always open to volunteers interested in helping to further the mission of the Multicultural, Gender & Women's Center.