Founded in 1994, the Women’s Center’s mission is to promote a Virginia Tech community that is safe, equitable, and supportive for women and that celebrates the experiences, achievements and diversity. As a unit of the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, we serve Virginia Tech students, faculty and staff. The center serves as a resource for the university and surrounding community on gender-related and women’s issues; sponsors educational programs and events that raise awareness of women’s issues; and serves as an on-campus focal point for services for survivors, their friends and families.
The Women's Center operates with a commitment to social justice and gender equity. We aim to use our platform for change, not only in voice and thought, but in action, resources, and support.
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The Women's Center is available virtually Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. To schedule an appointment or set up a meeting, please contact us via email or call the Center at 540-231-7806.
To schedule a virtual appointment with an advocate, check out our Advocacy and Support page for more detailed instructions.
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