Clubs and Organizations

Women’s and Gender Studies clubs and organizations

Connect with peers that share your passion for women’s empowerment and equality by getting involved with our array of clubs and organizations.

MARS Project

Myra Ferell-Womochil sponsors the group Men Against Rape and Sexism. Call the WGS office at 928-523-3300 for information on meeting times.   

FIERCE

Sara Johnston and others have launched a new organization in WGS called FIERCE (Feminism is for Everyone). Contact the WGS office at 928-523-3300 for information on meeting times.

Associated Students for Women’s Issues (ASWI)

Meetings:
Wednesdays 5:00 PM
University Union, Havasupai A/B or in the ASWI office (room 202 upstairs in the union)

Contact:
928-523-6946

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The Associated Students for Women's Issues (ASWI) is committed to equality on campus and the further advancement of women. ASWI provides a forum to voice the concerns of women at Northern Arizona University and creates opportunity for leadership within a student group. An executive council consisting of nine officers is elected every spring semester. The hired positions include:

  • ASWI President
  • Director of Administration
  • Director of Communication
  • Director of Special Events
  • Director of Finance
  • Resource Room Director
  • V-Day Coordinator
  • Student Education Team (SET) Director
  • SET Administrative Aide

For more information, visit ASWI’s Facebook page. 

People Respecting Individuals and Sexual Minorities (PRISM) 

Meetings:

Wednesdays 7:30PM
University Union, Havasupi A/B

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PRISM’s mission is to advocate and empower individuals who identify as:

  • gay
  • lesbian
  • bisexual
  • transgender
  • transsexual
  • queer
  • questioning
  • any sexual identity that falls out of the realm of society majority norm
  • including those who may choose to not identify with a label

PRISM provides a network of support so that individuals can participate, integrate, live openly, and meet others like themselves at the university and in Flagstaff, without fear of harassment and/or discrimination.

For more information, visit PRISM’s Facebook page.