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Advancement & Equity
As a direct link with the President, The President’s Commission on the Status of Women actively helps women on campus to succeed professionally and personally, creates community awareness of women’s issues, and investigates and advocates change by acting as a unifying voice against sexism and institutional sexism.
The Oregon State University Women’s Center, established in 1973, offers learning experiences that help women transform themselves and society. Its educational programs reflect the diverse views of women from all walks of life. The center provides advocacy, support, programs, resources and opportunities to translate concerns into action.
Office of Women's Advancement and Gender Equity
The Office of Women's Advancement and Gender Equity serves the entire OSU community. The office is located on the second floor in Waldo Hall central to the university campus. The mission of the office is create an environment that attracts women, that nurtures and sustains learning and working at OSU, and serves as a model around the world. Those at the WAGE office strive to create a climate change that supports equality for faculty, staff and students.