Discussion Groups 

The WoMen’s and Adult Reentry Center provides discussion groups designed to promote connection, growth, and empowerment. Student facilitators lead each identity–based group, providing a space to discuss various issues and concerns.

Para Mujeres

Chicana/Latina Women’s Group

Tuesdays 5:00-6:00PM, WakeMan Seminar Room, UH-205

A group designed to help Chicana/Latina students explore and share the Chicana/Latina culture, the stressors with family, and college life, as well as engage in current issues and concerns to enhance personal and professional development.

Pride Talk

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Questioning

Wednesdays 5:00-6:00pm, WakeMan Seminar Room, UH-205

A discussion group for LGBTQ students and allies, Pride Talk is a “Safe Space” for students to express their thoughts and experiences. No issues or topics are taboo. We welcome LGBTQ students to bring their Allies who may be interested in better supporting the community. We cover everything from clothing to coming out via group discussion, watching current films, and hosting guest speakers.

Sistertalk

African American/Black Women’s Group,

Wednesdays 6:00-7:30pm, WakeMan Seminar Room, UH-205 

A group for sharing and discussing issues relevant to the African American community, it is a great place to engage in campus activities, explore academic concerns, and establish friendships while in college.

Taboo Talks 

Thursdays 5:00-6:00pm, WakeMan Seminar Room, UH-205

Whether you are a self–proclaimed feminist or someone who is baffled by the very word, Taboo Talks provide a space to discuss gender politics and everything they touch. Join us in exploring new ways to think and talk about gender in current events, with significant others, and everything in between. All genders welcome.

The HUB 

1st & 2nd Fridays, WakeMan Seminar Room, UH-205

A meeting place for women across the globe to share cultures and be empowered. Co–sponsored with International Programs, Phi Beta Delta, Study Abroad, the ALP, USA, the TESOL Club, and the WoMen’s Center.