Meeting times and locations schedule.
Nominations are now open for membership in the Council on the Status of Women!
The Council on the Status of Women has been hard at work to make our campus safe for all. Read more at Iowa Now: Iowa Now: Making Campus Safe For All
Read the original survey results: 2013 Undergraduate Sexual Misconduct Survey Results Posted
The mission of the Council on the Status of Women (CSW) is to ensure an environment that supports the rights of all women at The University of Iowa. The council is committed to working in partnership with the University to develop policies that remove barriers to women’s learning, professional growth, creativity, employment, and contributions to the institution and to the broader community.
CSW acts as an advisory body to the University administration and as an advocacy group for all women on campus. The Council consists of twenty-five voting members (five faculty, five professional and scientific staff, five merit staff, five undergraduate and five graduate students) and ex-officio members from the offices of the University Vice Presidents and Provost, Student Life, the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity, the Women's Resource and Action Center, the Rape Victim Advocacy Program, Women in Science and Engineering, UI Student Government, Graduate Student Senate, Staff Council, Faculty Council, and Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies.