Frequently Asked Questions


Frequently Asked Questions


What academic programs do you offer?

 WGST offers a minor and two graduate programs. We offer a graduate certificate program and a concentration in the MAIS.

Do you offer free printing?

If you are a student in our classes or in our program you do have access to free printing. However, please do not fill the printer up with paper. Someone at the center will load the printer for you. Also, no journal articles should be printed in the center and you may only print 20 pages!

How many campus wide professors do you have teaching courses?

WGST has nearly 70 faculty affiliates and 2 ½ core faculty, with the director holding tenure in women & gender studies

Do you have to be a minor to take our courses?


What resources does WGST have on campus?

WGST has a center on the 2nd floor of the Johnson Center that serves dozens of students who drop into the center to utilize our computers and printers, eat lunch, or just hang out. WGST also supports two active student organizations and supports several faculty staff organizations. Also, Women and Gender Studies offers a variety of programs to address social justice issues related to race, gender, sexuality, and disability such as Take Back the Night, Fear 2 Freedom, the Sojourner Truth Lecture, Open Mic Night, Our annual Gender Research Conference as well as many other programs throughout the year.

Have more questions? Give us a call, drop by the center, or email us!


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