Mission Statement: The mission of the Crozier Center for Women is to be a safe space for all people to discuss and think critically about gender and gender identity/expression; to be a presence on campus that addresses issues across the gender spectrum while focusing special attention on minority gender experiences (women, trans, non-binary, etc); and to provide safe sex programming, information, and supplies.
The Crozier Center for Women, located at 105 Wiggin Street, was established in the fall of 1985. Named for Doris Crozier, the first and only dean of Kenyon's Coordinate College for Women (1969-72), it was designed to be used by all women in the Kenyon community—students and members of the administration, faculty, staff, and community.
Crozier open meetings happen every Sunday evening at 7:00pm while classes are in session. Topics for the 2015-16 school year will revolve around Transnational Feminism, Intersectionality, and Feminism/Women at Kenyon. A new topic will be discussed each week lead by one of the Crozier managers.
The space is Crozier is also available to be reserved by recognized student organizations and departmental offices. Reservations should be made in accordance with the event management policy and on EMS.