AAUW Student Organizations
Are you a college student who is passionate about women’s issues? Want to make change on your campus while gaining invaluable leadership experience? Look no further than AAUW student organizations. Whether you want to join an existing chapter or start your own, an AAUW student organization is the place for you to meet like-minded students who are ready to take on the fight for women’s equality.
What are the student organizations all about?
AAUW student organizations give students the resources and support to engage their community on women’s equity issues. Students gain leadership skills, create change on their campus, address equity issues, and connect with a national community.
How do the student organizations empower women?
Belonging to a community that fights for women is powerful in its own right. But student organizations also take AAUW’s mission to the next level through events and programming. Your organization can work by itself, with a local AAUW branch, or with another student organization on campus to host programs that empower women, like a fundraiser for women in the military or a panel discussion. Here are just a few of the issues our student organizations work on:
- Fair pay
- LGBTQ issues
- Student loan debt
- Violence against women
- Women in leadership
- Reproductive rights
Is there a student organization on my campus?
You’ll find AAUW student organizations working to empower women on more than 70 campuses across the country. All AAUW student organizations are registered with their affiliated university, so use your student activities center to get in touch with a chapter on your campus.
- Buena Vista University (Iowa)
- Coe College (Iowa)
- Denison University (Ohio)
- Grand View University (Iowa)
- Kansas City Kansas Community College (Kansas)
- Muskingum University (Ohio)
- Ohio State University (Ohio)
- Ohio University (Ohio)
- Purdue University (Indiana)
- Southern Illinois University, Carbondale (Illinois)
- University of Illinois at Chicago (Illinois)
- University of Michigan, Dearborn (Michigan)
- University of Missouri (Missouri)
- Valparaiso University (Indiana)
- College of Southern Maryland (Maryland)
- Daemen College (New York)
- Delaware Valley University (Pennsylvania)
- Fairfield University (Connecticut)
- Fulton–Montgomery Community College (New York)
- George Washington University (District of Columbia)
- Gettysburg College (Pennsylvania)
- Jefferson Community College (New York)
- Juniata College (Pennsylvania)
- Lock Haven University (Pennsylvania)
- Loyola University Maryland (Maryland)
- Moravian College (Pennsylvania)
- Pennsylvania State University (Pennsylvania)
- University of New Haven (Connecticut)
- University at Buffalo/SUNY Buffalo (New York)
- University of Connecticut (Connecticut)
- West Chester University of Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania)
- Westchester Community College (New York)
- California University State, Sacramento (California)
- California State University, Long Beach (California)
- Central Oregon Community College (Oregon)
- Eastern New Mexico University (New Mexico)
- Linn-Benton Community College (Oregon)
- Marymount California University (California)
- Metropolitan State University of Denver (Colorado)
- Napa Valley College (California)
- Portland State University (Oregon)
- Sierra College (California)
- University of California, Irvine (California)
- University of Hawaii at Manoa (Hawaii)
- Weber State University (Utah)
- Athens State University (Alabama)
- Atlanta Metropolitan State College (Georgia)
- Florida Gulf Coast University (Florida)
- Georgia State University (Georgia)
- Kennesaw State University (Georgia)
- Lone Star College–North Harris Campus (Texas)
- Louisiana State University (Louisiana)
- Louisiana State University, Alexandria (Louisiana)
- Louisiana Tech University (Louisiana)
- Middle Tennessee State University (Tennessee)
- Mississippi State University (Mississippi)
- Northeastern State University (Oklahoma)
- Nova Southeastern University (Florida)
- Oklahoma City Community College (Oklahoma)
- Oklahoma State University (Oklahoma)
- Our Lady of the Lake College (Georgia )
- Saint Mary’s University (Texas)
- Tarleton State University (Texas)
- Texas A&M University (Texas)
- Texas State University (Texas)
- Texas Tech University (Texas)
- University of Alabama (Alabama)
- University of Louisville (Kentucky)
- University of Alabama, Birmingham (Alabama)
- University of Mississippi, Oxford (Mississippi)
- University of South Florida (Florida)
- The University of Texas, El Paso (Texas)
- Valdosta State University (Georgia)
- West Virginia University (West Virginia)
Don’t see your college or university?
Start your own student organization and bring AAUW to your campus. Channel your commitment to women’s rights and your passion for creating change in your community by forming an AAUW student organization. Follow these seven steps to forming an AAUW student organization at your school, then you can start recruiting potential members in your campus community.
For questions about forming your student organization, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Answers to some of our most frequently asked questions about AAUW student organizations.
Whether you are already an adviser or want to learn more about taking on this influential role, this page can help you figure things out.
In this tool kit, you’ll find resources on how to form, budget, and fundraise for your student organization.