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 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 2020-2021 academic year, our student managers are Lilia Leroy-Bell (she/her or they/them) and Ceci Rodriguez (they/them).
Important COVID-19 Update
In line with the latest public health guidance, social distancing is required in the Crozier Center for Women main lounge. As such, meetings that would normally occur in the physical space should take place virtually instead.