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Get Involved

The Women's Center welcomes students to get involved in the Women's Center, student organizing, and other departments and centers! We encourage students to visit our drop-in center, talk with the Director, Dr. Ann Russo, and with the student workers. We offer a variety of programs and activities and we collaborate with many departments and centers across the university as well as many student groups.  We work hard to connect students with organizations that match their needs and interests. Below are a few of the student organizations connected to our mission and there are many more. ​​​​

DePaul Student Organizations

The Office of Student Life hosts a broad range of student organizations and opportunities for student engagement. Organizations with connections to the Women’s Center and to Women’s and Gender Studies include the following:

Act Out’s mission is to uplift and connect queer students at DePaul.

The purpose of this organization is to promote mental, physical, spiritual and emotional growth for women of color through self reflection, education, collective healing, and empowerment. Together, S.T.R.O.N.G women strive to break negative stereotypes concerning women of color and advocate for important issues that affect our lives.

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Queer People of Color (QPOC) DePaul is a student organization that seeks to unite and provide a social space for individuals at DePaul University who identify as queer people of color.


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Spectrum is a LGBTQA student organization at DePaul. Weekly meetings provide a range of activities: discussions about current issues in the LGBTQA community, guest speakers, off-campus events and more!

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Founded in 2021, Accessible Futures DePaul seeks to create a safer and more inclusive environment for Disabled students at DePaul University. We achieve this mission with programming, advocacy work, and through the community we create together.

We seek to serve Disabled students by creating a community that prioritizes the lived experience of Disabled students and by advocating for widespread accessibility and social change.

MOCHA is a DePaul student org whose mission is to support student-parents and caregivers (for children or adults that need care) achieve their higher education goals through support and advocacy. We center BIPOC experiences and are a queer-affirming space. All are welcome! Any questions may be directed to Follow us on Instagram @mocha.depaul!