Women's ServicesWomen's Services, a resource of Campus Life, offers students and families educational and social programming aimed at the personal development, retention and success of all students both inside and outside of the classroom. We address issues that affect both men and women on our campus and in our communities.
Alex Garrett, Coordinator of Campus Life, is responsible for women's services on campus. You can visit her in MTCC 216, and contact her for additional information.
Women's services at IIT plans a number of events through the year. If you are interested in being involved in any of these programs, please contact us.
WILD - Women in Literary Discussion
WILD is a literary based program where students can chat, listen, reflect and develop fellowship with one another by exploring the world of literature in a friendly setting.
WIN - Women's Information Network
WIN is a collaborative effort between various departments on campus to provide information, resources, awareness and support for students on campus.
If your office would like to participate in WIN, please email us.
Mark Your Calendars! March is Women's History Month!
1 - The Commons features My Mother's Recipes (click here to submit.)
6 - Women's Cultural Exchange (sponsored by the International Center)
7 - Unlocking the Universe: Henrietta Leavitt by Pan Papacosta (sponsored by the Office of Spiritual Life & Service Learning)
7 - Women's History Bar Trivia Night (sponsored by the Humanities Department)
8 - The Commons features My Mother's Recipes (click here to submit.)
8 - Good Enough (Sponsored by Active Minds & the Student Health and Wellness Center)
11 - Katie Wirsing, Slam Poet
14 - Young Alumnae Panel (sponsored by Alumni Association)
15 - The Commons features My Mother's Recipes (click here to submit.)
26 - History of Women in Technology Lunch (sponsored by Humanities Department)
27 - Alumnae Panel (sponsored by Alumni Association)
27 - Unforgotten Women: Keeping Legacies Alive through Stories. Featuring performances by writer Mairead Case, performer Saleem Hue Penny and documentary film maker Melina Kolb
29 - The Commons features My Mother's Recipes (click here to submit.)