- Black Women’s Healing Circle: A gathering space for Black feminine centered individuals.
- Cafe with Womxn of Color: A brave space for womxn of color and gender non-conforming people of color.
- Les(bi)honest: A support group for lesbian, bi, pan, queer, and questioning womxn.
- Resistance through Healing: An informal discussion group to heal from different forms of everyday oppression.
- Rise: A confidential support group for survivors of sexual assault and relationship violence.
- Womxn of Color Empowerment Group: An open space for those individuals who identify as womxn of color to be able to come together to seek support, focus on self-care and to also address mental wellness.
To gain access to SDSU’s lactation spaces, please complete this online registration form https://forms.gle/TvXFrARsMG98TJF19
Your Red ID will be activated within 3-5 business days, granting you access to all lactations rooms on campus. SDSU and Associated Students are pleased to offer lactation facilities in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union, the Love Library, and the Women’s Resource Center. For breastfeeding students and employees who wish to pump breast milk while at work or school, SDSU will provide a location and a reasonable amount of time pursuant to state laws and Title IX. Faculty and staff members should contact their department chair, the Office of Faculty Advancement, or the Office of Employee Relations for more information.
There are currently three lactation spaces available on campus:
Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
Location: Room 370A inside of the Harvey Goodfriend Lounge
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 7:00 am to 8:00 pm and Saturday-Sunday 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
Location: Room 443
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 9:00 pm
Women’s Resource Center
Location: 5121 Campanile Drive (on the corner of Lindo Paseo and Campanile, next to the Pride Center!)
Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm and Friday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
The Women’s Resource Center collaborates with campus and community partners to make progress towards ending interpersonal violence. In service to this project, we partner to offer the following initiatives:
- Brave Project: This four session training dedicated to sexual violence awareness and prevention is offered twice per semester
- Prevention and Education Workshops: Student organizations, instructors, and departments are invited to request one of our workshops that promote healthy relationships and positive sexual experiences
- Rise: In collaboration with Counseling & Psychological Services, the WRC hosts a weekly support group for students who are survivors of sexual or dating violence
- Take Back the Week: Each year, a collective of SDSU campus constituents host a week-long series of programs during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) in April
Members of the SDSU community who need support from sexual violence (including sexual assault, sexual harrassment, and stalking) are encouraged to visit the SDSU Title IX website for comprehensive information on reporting options, counseling/ advocacy, and interim remedies.