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Women's Resource Center LibraryWomen's Resource Center Library

Books and other media on women's issues are available to browse or check out in the Women's Resource Center. A broad variety of topics are represented, such as physical and psychological health, sexual issues, discrimination, and career and family. The Women's Resource Center also subscribes to several magazines, including Latina, Essence, Audrey, Ms. and Self.

Women's Resource Center on Facebook

The Women's Resource Center Facebook page provides a forum for individuals who are actively involved in women's issues at Pacific or are members of the greater community to share ideas, stay in touch, and coordinate events. We encourage new members to join our forum!

Also, find updates and information about events going in the Women's Resource Center!

Graduate Women's Network

The Graduate Women's Network (GWN) is a student-led organization that strives to support graduate level students on Pacific's campus. From forums, to presentations, to peer mentoring, GWN aims to create spaces where graduate students can further develop their indentity on Pacific's campus. 

Cast of Pacific's The Vagina Monologues 2015

The Vagina Monologues

The Vagina Monologues (TVM) at Pacific is a student organization that promotes Eve Ensler's Broadway play, The Vagina Monologues, and the mission of Vday (a non profit organization dedicated to ending violence against women and girls). TVM not only puts on the play each year, but they also partner with the campus and Stockton communities to promote gender equity. Any funds raised through the production benefit Stockton's Women's Center - Youth and Family Services.

Pacific Feminist

Pacific Feminists is a student-led organization dedicated to discussing issues and raising questions about women's status in society—both in the United States and around the globe. The club participates in many events and actions to raise awareness about gender and social justice. Pacific Feminist meetings are a place of learning, self-love and empowerment, and PacFem welcomes all people to participate who are interested. PacFem is also on Facebook! Check out their online forums!

S2S: Student 2 Student Healthy Relationships Peer Education Program

S2S launched in 2011 with funding from the Avon Foundation and m.powerment by Mark. Pacific's Women's Resource Center was one of only 20 nation-wide to receive the m.powerment grant in support of its efforts to break the cycle of dating abuse and partner violence on campus. S2S peer educators receive training to develop and deliver workshops, discussions and other activities that promote healthy relationships. Thanks to generous funding from the Verizon Foundation, S2S will continue to raise awareness about domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking on Pacific's campus and within the greater Stockton community.  To learn more about S2S and learn ways to get involved, please visit the S2S page.

ITake Back the Night March - 2013ntersectionality: Awareness and Cultural Heritage Months

The Women's Resource Center actively participates in Cultural Heritage Month activities at Pacific. With the many intersecting identities that each person identifies with, the Women's Resource Center is committed to affirming, supporting, and developing the cross-sections of female identities with other social identities. Contact us to collaborate!

Pacific's Gender Studies Program

The Gender Studies Program at Pacific is an interdisciplinary program that offers a minor (and self-designed major) to students interested in the study of gender. Gender Studies organizes and co-sponsors various events and activities throughout the year, often collaborating with the Women's Resource Center, PRIDE Center, Ethnic Studies Program and other areas of the University. 

Safe Zone Program

"Safe Zone" is an ally-development training program that aims to increase the visibility, understanding and acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and intersex (LGBTQI) persons on college campuses. Safe Zone is a program of the Pride Resource Center, Multicultural Affairs and the Women's Resource Center. To learn more about the program contact us. 

Conact ASUOP and the Women's Resource Center to learn more about all of the clubs, events, activities, and more.