College/university student leader

Apply for the AAUW Student Advisory Council

The 2017–18 application period for the AAUW National Student Advisory Council (SAC) is now officially open. Apply today! Read more »

Host an Elect Her Workshop

Elect Her–Campus Women Win, a collaboration between AAUW and Running Start, encourages and trains college women to run for and win student government positions on their campuses. The 4.5-hour training covers skills such as how to mobilize a constituency, craft a message, speak confidently, and present oneself as a candidate. There is no cost to the college or university for the training. Read more »

Texas A&M Rosie

Back to School with AAUW: Join the Movement for Women and Girls

Every year, AAUW’s campus leadership programs are part of the journey for thousands of college women preparing to become the next generation of leaders. Read more »

AAUW Voter Issue Guide

The 2016 Voter Issue Guide provides concise information about key policy issues in the 2016 election and will help you prepare for the upcoming election and educate eligible voters. Read more »

AAUW Student Organization Leader Tool Kit

AAUW’s Tool Kit for Student Organization leaders has everything your student organization needs to take action on feminist issues, recruit members, and engage your supporters throughout the year. Read more »

Campus Connections E-newsletter

This newsletter keeps AAUW state and branch college/university (C/U) relations chairs, C/U representatives, and student affiliates informed about relevant campus engagement opportunities, including campus leadership programs, grant deadlines, research updates, and public policy initiatives.

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State and branch C/U relations chairs, C/U representatives, and student affiliates

If you are not receiving this newsletter and believe you should be, please e-mail connect@aauw.org with the name of the newsletter and your name, AAUW member ID or zip code, and preferred e-mail address to subscribe. Read more »

Application for AAUW United Nations Youth Representative

AAUW is seeking a highly motivated student to represent AAUW at the United Nations. The position provides a challenging professional and educational experience for young women interested in global affairs and expands AAUW’s efforts at the United Nations to include the increasingly important array of opportunities focused on the world’s youth. Read more »

What to Know about Being a Student Organization Adviser

As an adviser to an AAUW student organization, you play a critical part. You guide students in leadership roles and assist in the student organization’s day-to-day operations. Read more »

2013–14 Campus Action Project Teams

Using the CAP grant funding, students will put into action the recommendations from AAUW’s 2013 research report Women in Community Colleges: Access to Success. Read more »

UCLA student organization members tabling on campus.

AAUW Student Organizations: Frequently Asked Questions

Interested in empowering women in your campus and community? Do you want a great leadership experience for your résumé? Then you should start an AAUW student organization to take advantage of all the resources and connections that AAUW has to offer. Below are some of our most frequently asked questions about AAUW student orgs. Read more »