Gender Liberation Resource Center
The Associated Student's Gender Liberation Resource Center is a student-funded, student-run office and providing identity resources, events and community.
Visit us in VU 514 or on Facebook
The Gender Liberation Resource Center supports and enables students who hold marginalized gender identities and expressions to fully and actively participate on WWU's campus. We strive to build a community that promotes: exploration of identities through an intersectional lens; solidarity against violence; and critical thinking around gender, race, culture, and other aspects of identity and social issues. We invite you to join us in our resistance.
News & Upcoming Events
Western's first Femme fest brings in all Womxn artists
Social Opportunities and Special Events
Our office plans events a programs throughout the year to provide a social and educational space for womxn identifying and/or trans and gender non-conforming students and allies. These activities usually include, but are not limited to, dances, speakers, and workshops, concerts, and other collaborative events. To be in the loop about our upcoming events Like our Facebook page or check back here for updates!
Our office offers literature on a wide range of topics such as: body image, violence against womxn, reproductive rights, womxn's health, spirituality, psychology, womxn's history and more. Please come and check out these books for research or personal use.
Safe space to express yourself
At the Gender Liberation Resource Center (GLRC) we pride ourselves on providing a space where everyone feels like they can talk about controversial and sometimes delicate womxn's issues. We insure a confidential and non-biased environment where everyone is welcome. We are an office run by dedicated students, we do our best to provide you the space and support you need. If we are unable to provide that for you, we will work in providing you the best resources on campus or in Bellingham.
Referrals for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence
We have informational pamphlets and information for campus and community organizations that specialize in helping womxn. We invite you to visit our office in the Viking Union 514 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Prevention & Wellness Services (PWS)
Support in personal efforts to improve and maintain health.
Old Main 560 // 360.650.2993 // email@example.com
The Counseling Center facilitates student success and psychological well-being through culturally sensitive clinical services, outreach, and consultation.
Old Main 540 // 360.650.3165
Office of Civil Rights and Title IX Compliance (CRTC)
Advise and assist the Western Washington University community in ensuring an equal opportunity environment, free of discrimination and sexual harassment.
Old Main 345 // 360.650.3307 // firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Health Center
A primary care medical clinic with a specialty in college health providing a broad range of affordable health care to eligible students.
2001 Bill McDonald Pkwy // 360.650.3400
Consultation & Sexual Assault Support (CASAS)
A safe, confidential resource for students who have been affected by violence.
Old Main 585B // 360.650.3700
Labyrinth, was the 39 year old publication sponsored by WWU’s Womxn’s Center. It’s changed a lot. This publication has broadened its definition and scope of audience and content and came to showcase a great array of lives and experiences over the half century it’s lived.
Starting from a group of dedicated women in the 1976, Labyrinth got its start as a journal exclusively for the female-identified. It was later open to more than the female-identified experience and became a place of varied perspectives of marginalized identities, intersections, and experiences.
As an office we came to understand the changing needs of marginalized genders on our campus. We made the hard decision of no longer producing Labyrinth. Below you can find previous issues of the publication.
All editions of Labyrinth contain strong language, nudity, and graphic content. Content, subjects, and topics of issues vary by year.