2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin

Women’s Center for Gender Justice

Room L.67 New Building

The Women’s Center for Gender Justice supports student success by providing invaluable links between student-centered research, peer networking, educational programming and clinical intervention. The center provides education, outreach and activist opportunities on women’s issues and gender justice. It also makes available direct services (crisis intervention, short-term and ongoing individual counseling, groups and referral services), educational programs (workshops, conferences, training), activities, and a safe space for women students and their allies. The center collaborates with groups inside and outside John Jay College to promote the physical, mental and sexual health of all students through activism and advocacy. It seeks to advance knowledge about gender equity and women’s issues, and the opportunities and barriers students can face on campus and in society.