The women's centre is...
The Women's Centre is a Non-Profit Corporation and is enacted in accordance to The Non-Profit Corporations Act 1995. The Women's Centre is funded through student fees and public donations.
The Women's Centre is given direction by a volunteer Board of Directors, which is responsible for policy formation and the Women's Centre mandate and future goals. Students are eligible to become Board Members after completing 90 days of volunteer service at the Women's Centre. Board Members commit to a minimum of one year and a maximum of two years.
For more information, stop by the Centre and speak to one of our coordinators!
We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
The mission of the University of Regina Women's Centre is to empower female students by providing a supportive racial and gender inclusive environment dedicated to the education of all students regarding women's issues.
Accountability is what makes the Women's Centre services uniquely feminist. Listening to and supporting what women tell us about their needs and understanding their experiences determines the nature and direction of our work. The Women's Centre actively works towards improving women's experience on campus.