Programs and Services

The Women’s Educational Center provides programs, support, and services for all students, faculty, and staff.  

We provide educational programming and workshops focused on topics of gender equity, violence prevention, and family friendly programs.

Special support for low income and non-traditional students includes; referrals to campus and community resources, scholarship application support, emergency grant for non-traditional students, and family friendly programming for our students with children.

Our Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy services include; volunteer opportunities to educate peers about preventing sexual assault, trainings on being an active bystander and preventing sexual violence, programs about healthy relationships, consent, and sexual assault, and confidential advocacy for survivors of violence.

WEC in the News

Film About UM-Flint Alumnae to be Shown on Campus

Film About UM-Flint Alumnae to be Shown on Campus

The UM-Flint Women’s Educational Center will screen the film "Women on the Edge: Fifty Years of Women Making Academic Change at the University of Michigan-Flint" as part of a series of events for Women’s History Month.

UM-Flint Starts New Academic Support Groups

UM-Flint Starts New Academic Support Groups

UM-Flint has launched two new academic support programs, with one for non-traditional students and one specifically for students who are parents.

UM-Flint Hosts Presidential Debate Watch

UM-Flint Hosts Presidential Debate Watch

UM-Flint will host a Presidential Debate Watch September 26, with faculty leading discussions after the viewing.

UM-Flint 2016-17 Common Read: Between the World and Me

UM-Flint 2016-17 Common Read: Between the World and Me

UM-Flint invites campus and community members to join in the 2016-17 Common Read with Ta-Nehisi Coates' "Between the World and Me." Our shared reading experience begins September 14 at the Kick-Off Event.