The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) has been very involved in many areas and has addressed various campus and community issues over the last 50 years. Today we field a multitude of questions. Some of these are:
No. The WRC is for University of Utah students.
Our only exception is two virtual support groups that are open to non-students. You can read more about those options here.
No. If you need medical attention, you can contact the Student Health Center on campus at 801.581.6431.
You can locate other healthcare or medical services by calling 211 from any landline.
Not directly. We do our best to offer childcare options during our scholar events and other programming, through our partner the Center for Child Care and Family Resources on campus. The offer Childcare for University community members.
Absolutely. The WRC is a gender equity center, which means we value being an inclusive space with specific interest in supporting folks who experience gender marginalization.
Each year we provide financial support to men through our tuition scholarships. Men can also receive counseling services at the WRC.
WRC currently does not have volunteer positions.
We normally have students on staff and post positions on our website and social media accounts (@uofuwrc) when we are hiring for them.
The WRC is specifically for University of Utah students, staff and faculty.
While we do not provide individual counseling for community members we welcome community members into our evening groups.