The NC State Women’s Center is a catalyst and resource that advances gender equity and social justice through education, advocacy, and leadership for the campus community.


Read to LEAD

Using literacy as a tool, this program provides high-impact learning and leadership opportunities for all members to become equity-minded practitioners, foster social change and embrace diversity and equity on campus and in our larger community.



These Hands Don’t Hurt is a nationwide campaign that the Women’s Center has participated in annually each October (Domestic Violence Awareness Month). Students across campus have pledged to take an active stand against domestic violence.  The Women’s Center actively works to educate students on the dangers of domestic violence, even in a campus environment.


Chancellors First Year Leadership Students

The Chancellor’s First Year Leadership Program seeks to identify and nurture a cohort of emerging leaders. The primary objective is to build a cadre of student leaders who are civic-minded, intellectually able, and professionally skilled, and who will become the community, business, and national leaders of the future. Participants complete relevant seminars and workshops that address important leadership topics.

Otis McGresham Assistant Director, Interpersonal Violence Services guides students through the process and discusses the importance of making the commitment.

This year, there was a record number of participants due to locations at the Veterinary School, Centennial Campus and the Brickyard throughout the month of October.

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