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Student Organizations

Andrea O’ Donnell Womyn’s Outreach Association

The Womyn’s Outreach Association is a student-run organization on campus with the explicit mission to empower and liberate the female and female-identified student population of SDSU and unequivocally has zero tolerance for sexism, racism, classism, ableism, homophobia, and fat-phobia. They are a multi-racial feminist group that focuses on issues of inequality and oppression that effect marginalized communities such as womyn, people of color, and LGBTQIA. Our primary focus is to eradicate sexism, genderism, homophobia, racism, violence, the control and abuse of the female body and mind, and other local and global issues that impact the lives of womyn. WOA contributes to the overall feminist goal of an equitable and just society for everyone through activism, education, discussion, advocacy, outreach, and the provision of resources to all individuals on campus.

ACHA

The Association of Chicana Activists does the utmost to become actively involved with issues that impact women in the Chicano/a or Latino/a community. They seek to create a spirit of sisterhood, empower through cultural awareness, promote leadership, raise social and political awareness, and educate the community about issues that pertain to mujeres (women).

Aztecs for Awareness 

The purpose of this organization is to raise awareness of and provide education about sexual assault and violence (with an emphasis on occurrences within the San Diego State University population, but extending to cultural norms), to encourage students to be proactive about sexual assault and violence prevention, and to provide the skills and resources necessary for students to know the proper means of responding to sexual assault and violence victims within their own communities. The organization will focus on two main areas: the prevention of sexual assault and violence and also the proper response to friends or family members who may become victim of rape, sexual assault and or domestic violence.

Muslim Student Association

The purpose of the MSA is to serve the best interests of the Muslim students of San Diego State University, within the framework of Islam in deriving guidance and values from the Quran and Sunnah. The MSA develops, inspires and teaches their members to achieve the best they can, become God-conscious individuals, and take an active role in working for Islam in the SDSU campus community. Strengthens the bonds of brotherhood/sisterhood between SDSU students. Raises awareness of Islam and Muslims on a SDSU campus level. Creates services that can be utilized by Muslims and non-Muslims alike for SDSU campus students. Creates and develops community connections.

Planned Parenthood Generation Action

Planned Parenthood Generation Action: SDSU exists to educate the university community about reproductive health and rights, to translate increased awareness into pro-choice activism on campus, and to serve as a coalition to state, national, and international reproductive rights efforts.
PPGA believes in the fundamental right of every individual to manage their own fertility. PPGA supports full access to comprehensive reproductive and complementary health care services in settings that preserve and protect the essential privacy and rights of each individual; advocates public policies that guarantee these rights and ensure access to such services; and supports access to medically accurate educational programs that enhance understanding of human sexuality.

Society for Women Engineers

The Society of Women Engineers is a nonprofit organization at SDSU that works to support women both academically as well as socially in the field of engineering. They strive to provide our members with various opportunities that will help them advance in the field of engineering, as well as develop good leadership skills. Members are given the chance to meet with various people from local companies, earn money through our organization's scholarships, as well as have an impact on future women engineers through our outreach events. Their mission is to provide women with the necessary resources and support to be successful in their future careers.

Student African American Sisterhood

The purpose of SAAS is to serve as a body for women of the African Diaspora that are recognized by SDSU. This organization brings together women who are interested in promoting the conscious issues that women of African decent are subject to encounter. Additionally, their purpose is to cultivate, develop and enhance our members through strengthening their leadership skills and providing services to the surrounding community.

Queer Student Union

The mission of the Queer Student Union of San Diego at State University is to enrich student life through outreach, education, and events. Through these activities it is their goal to provide a safe environment for the students and community members of all sexual orientations, identities, genders, gender expressions, ethnicities, ages, abilities, faiths, belief systems, and cultures. By these efforts they strive to facilitate a better understanding of the diversity within the Queer community and Queer communities abroad.

V-Day at SDSU

V-Day SDSU is the San Diego State University chapter of V-Day, a non-profit committed to ending violence against women and girls. Each year, V-Day SDSU produces a benefit performance of Eve Ensler's award-winning play, The Vagina Monologues and donates 100 percent of the proceeds.

 

For more information contact:
Women's Resource Center
5121 Campanile Drive (Next to the Pride Center on the corner of Lindo Paseo and Campanile)
wrc@mail.sdsu.edu  |  (619) 594-2304

If you are interested in more information about the WRC or want to be added to our email list, please be in touch with Jessica Nare, WRC Coordinator, or stop by our new location!