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UWO Women’s Center

Campus Center for Equity & Diversity
717 W. Irving Ave.
Oshkosh, WI 54901

(920) 424-0963

Fall 2021 Hours (Starting 9/13):
Monday: 8:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 8:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
*Hours may be updated once staffing is finalized.

The UW Oshkosh Women’s Center exists to serve students, staff, faculty and community members. Part of the Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence, the Women’s Center hosts educational programs to address a variety of gender and social issues and provides resources for women and gender minorities.

The Red Zone at UW Oshkosh is a campaign to educate the campus community about sexual and interpersonal violence prevention. #UWORedZone

Learn more and check out the schedule of events here:

Take Back the Night is an annual event that provides attendees with the opportunity to become educated on and take a stand against sexual & domestic violence in our community. This year we will be centering the Hmong community. We hope you will join us for another year of raising our voices against the epidemic of sexual and domestic violence, and lifting up the voices of survivors.

Event updates will be posted here.

As part of our work through the Office on Violence Against Women grant, the Engaging Men Subcommittee remade the Fox Valley Voices of Men poster series with UW Oshkosh folks!UW Oshkosh ChancellorUWO African American StudiesUWO Student Recreation & WellnessUW Oshkosh Men of Color and Latino/a/Hispanic InitiativesUWO Political ScienceUW-Oshkosh Athletics ... See MoreSee Less
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The third #uworedzone Myth or Fact was .... FACT!From the CDC:Risk factors are linked to a greater likelihood of sexual violence (SV) perpetration. They are contributing factors and might not be direct causes. Not everyone who is identified as at risk becomes a perpetrator of violence. A combination of individual, relational, community, and societal factors contribute to the risk of becoming a perpetrator of SV. Understanding these factors can help identify various opportunities for prevention. Individual Risk Factors -Alcohol and drug use -Delinquency -Lack of concern for others -Aggressive behaviors and acceptance of violent behaviors -Early sexual initiation -Coercive sexual fantasies -Preference for impersonal sex and sexual-risk taking -Exposure to sexually explicit media -Hostility towards women -Adherence to traditional gender role norms -Hyper-masculinity -Suicidal behavior -Prior sexual victimization or perpetration Learn more here: ... See MoreSee Less
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It's Myth or Fact Monday for the #UWORedZone! According to the CDC, adherence to traditional gender role norms is an individual risk factor for perpetration of sexual violence. 👍 Myth❤️ Fact You can also vote in the poll in our story.UW OshkoshUW Oshkosh Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence - ASIEUW Oshkosh LGBTQ Resource CenterUWO Student Recreation & WellnessUWO Counseling CenterUWO Student Health CenterReeve UnionUW Oshkosh Fraternity and Sorority LifeUW Oshkosh Department of Residence LifeUW Oshkosh Dean of StudentsUWO Women's Advocacy Council - WACUW Oshkosh CAREUW Oshkosh Police Department ... See MoreSee Less
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