July 14, 2020
Kenyon has updated its plans for returning to campus, offering in-person and remote instruction. Read more here.
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.
Timothy Bussey, associate director of diversity, equity, and inclusion, serves as the administrative liaison for the center. The center is maintained by student managers, and programming occurs with the help of a program board and interested students, faculty and staff, who are encouraged to join the board and to help facilitate the center’s goals.
The Crozier Center for Women is located at 105 Wiggin Street and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during the academic year. The building is open for meetings and public use. House policies, mission statement and availability of facilities are available upon request from the house managers.
The Crozier Center for Women is staffed by two student managers who are responsible for programming within the space. For the 2019-2020 academic year, our student managers are Grace Harris '20 (they/them)
and Camila Wise '20 (she/her).
To stay up to date with events happening at the Crozier Center for Women, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In an effort to provide a relaxing and practical social space for all of Kenyon’s students, the Crozier Center for Women has made a number of recent additions.
In the main room, students have access to a new LCD television with an Apple TV. Students and student groups are invited to use the space for meetings, mock presentations and social gatherings. The main room also has a number of feminist games, magazines and graphic novels.
Free safer sex supplies (i.e. condoms, lubricants, dental dams, etc.), and information about sexual health, reproductive care and healthy relationships are also available. Students are welcome to take supplies and information as needed.
The center's open study space and the main room are currently being updated. Members of the campus community are invited to give feedback as the updates progress. Suggestions can be sent to either of the student managers or to the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.