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Ongoing Programs

The Women's Center has a series of ongoing programs we offer weekly and quarterly. Check out our programs and join us!

  • Drop-in

    Drop-in Space

    Monday-Friday 9am-5pm, unless otherwise noted

    Feel free to drop in for tea, coffee, snacks, rest, community, resources, button making, arts and crafts, and more.

  • Writing Circles

    Community Writing Circles

    11am-2pm, Tuesdays and Fridays; check out the flyer here for more info.

    Writing in Community is simple—you come in and write; we create space at beginning and end if folks want to share goals and accomplishments—otherwise it’s silent writing. You can come for all of it or part of it. All are welcome.

  • Healing Practices

    For this quarter's dates and times, check out the flyer here

    Join us for self/community care sessions, including introductory community yoga, meditation, and other practices for self/community care. More details forthcoming.

  • WGS Graduate Student Colloquium

    A bi-quarterly series organized by and for graduate students in Women’s and Gender Studies to build a vibrant, transformative, interdisciplinary intellectual community at DePaul for the sharing of scholarship and activism, and to provide leadership and networking opportunities.

    Check our Events page or FB page for dates, times, and locations.

  • Book Club

    Check back soon for this quarter's event information

    Each quarter, we invite you to join us in a lively conversation about recent books led by a student, faculty, or staff facilitator.

  • Book Swap

    9am-5pm, unless otherwise noted

    Bring a book! Take a book! Our shelf in the Women’s Center is ever-growing. Be a part of it!

  • Connect with Us

    Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to learn about events, continue conversations about women's issues, and broaden our network of students, student organizations, faculty, staff and members of the larger community.