The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) at the University of Utah serves as the central resource for educational and support services for women. Honoring the complexities of women’s identities, the WRC facilitates choices and changes through programs, counseling, and training grounded in a commitment to advance social justice and equality.
Thank You Willa's Workshop
Read the article written by Rose Jones for The Utah Daily Chronicle.
Osher Re-entry Scholarship Accepting Applications for Spring 2014 Semester
Click here for requirements and applications. Applications will be accepted until December 2, 2013 until 3:00pm.
Thank you Lawrence T. & Janet T. Dee Foundation
The Women’s Resource Center would like to thank the Lawrence T. & Janet T. Dee Foundation for their generous support of the Go Girlz Community Initiative.
In its ninth year, the Go Girlz Community Initiative is a program developed to target first generation, minority, economically disadvantaged female students, grades 6-12, in the Salt Lake City school district, with the goal of early exposure to higher education at the U of U. We see this as an early intervention, early recruitment effort to address not only the goal of educating young women who have historically fallen through the cracks of public education, but also to address the stated goal of the University of Utah to recruit and retain women and minority students.
We so appreciate the financial support to allow us to offer fun, exciting and educational opportunities to our Go Girlz Students!
Thanks so much to the Lawrence T. & Janet T. Dee Foundation.
Gump and Ayers Scholarship Application Now Available
Visit the Scholarship section and then Info & Support or go to www.peoutah.org.
The Go Girlz Community Initiative is a program the Women's Resource Center developed in 2004 to target underserved populations, primarily minority, first generation, economically disadvantaged female students.
The Women’s Resource Center has been sponsoring students for over 10 years as a part of our initiative to recruit, retain and graduate underserved students.