You’ll gain great understanding and experiences in WGSS – whether it be in class or at events around campus, in Indianapolis, or on Zoom.
You have the option of undergraduate and graduate studies:
“My education in Women’s Studies has improved nearly every part of my life from interacting with family to practicing law. The classes are cutting edge, and the professors care deeply about their students’ success. Indeed, some of my Women’s Studies’ professors still mentor me these five years later; some, I even call friends. Part of the program’s success is a product of immense support from its alumni and the School of Liberal Arts, including a passionate network of adjunct faculty from other departments who often teach intersectional courses. With each WGSS class, you will be challenged to think critically about some of the most pervasive issues facing our world. And if you open your mind to a mere fraction of what the program has to offer, your world will be changed forever. Disappointment is not part of the curriculum.”
Matt majored in philosophy and political science; minored in Women’s Studies, Legal Studies, and Spanish; and earned a certificate in Latino Studies. He earned his J.D. from the University of Michigan and is currently a law clerk to the Honorable Thomas L. Ludington, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
— Matthew Preston B.A. ’17
Contact the director of WGSS.