AAUW Student Organizations
AAUW student organizations are demanding equity for women and girls on college and university campuses around the world. AAUW has a rich history of taking action on women’s issues and building feminist communities. Our more than 100 student organizations carry on this history of campus activism and challenging the status quo.
Join the Movement
Check out the map below to see if there’s an AAUW student organization on your campus! Don’t see your college or university? Get involved by forming an AAUW student organization.
Why Bring AAUW to Your Campus?
While student organizations take AAUW’s mission to the next level by raising funds for their organization and planning feminist campus events, they also gain valuable experience and see direct results on their campuses! AAUW student organization members
- Boost their résuméswith critical leadership experience
- Gain networking opportunities through on-campus activities and AAUW’s leadership programs
- Are eligible to apply for a $750 AAUW Campus OutreachGrant once per semester to put on an activism project that addresses the AAUW issue of their choice
- Get no-cost AAUW swag to recruit other student members
- Receive resources and staff support to create campus programming
- Join a global network of more than 170,000 members and supporters
The best part? Your involvement with AAUW doesn’t stop after you graduate! AAUW helps women continue their education and prepares them for the workforce. The global support network you build with your AAUW student organization lasts a lifetime.
Stories from the Student Organization Community
“As an AAUW student organization leader, I advocate for women, feminism, and social justice on campus and in my local community.”
— Theresa Johnson, Lock Haven University
“I tried to join other feminist organizations on campus, but I couldn’t find the sense of community I was looking for in them. I decided to start an AAUW student organization myself to create a space for women from different backgrounds and ideologies to come together.”
— Ivelisse Porroa-Garcia, University of California, Los Angeles
“I founded our AAUW student organization after attending NCCWSL. It has changed my whole college experience by giving me a voice.”
— Sabrina Ridenour, West Virginia University
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