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 marginalized gender experiences (i.e. those of women and transgender/non-binary people); and to provide safer sex programming, information and resources.
Led by two student managers under the direction of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, the Crozier Center for Women is a living and learning space, which serves as a resource and facility for gender-based programming. Regular programming includes heritage month celebrations, discussions about gender identity and expression, film screenings, and much more. The center also contains a lounge with a diverse collection of games and books, in addition to a dedicated study space.
The Crozier Center for Women is located at 105 Wiggin Street, and it is open for campus-wide use during the academic year. The center regularly hosts meetings for gender-based student groups, programs, and more.
The Crozier Center for Women is staffed by a student manager who is responsible for programming within the space. For the 2021-2022 academic year, our student manager is Camryn Langley (she/her). This student manager works in collaboration with Rhea Debussy (she/her), associate director of diversity, equity and inclusion.
In line with the latest public health guidance and corresponding college policy, masks are required inside the main lounge. Social distancing is also encouraged in the space.
To ensure both the health of our community and the accessibility of the program house, meetings that occur in the physical space are encouraged to utilize the technology within the main lounge to ensure access for community members who are immunocompromised and/or unvaccinated.