Georgia State University centers and departments are marking HERStory during March, designated in the U.S. officially as Women’s History Month, alongside International Women’s Day on March 8.
The month in the United States had its origins when Congress first passed legislation leading to “Women’s History Week” in 1982. Since 1995, U.S. presidents have issued a series of annual proclamations designating March as Women’s History Month, recognizing achievements women have made over the course of American history in a variety of fields.
On the world stage, International Women’s Day on March 8 is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women, while also marking a call to action for accelerating women’s equality.
Events for Women's History Month 2024 will be posted during the Spring 2024 Semester.
Women's Collections at the University Library
The Georgia State Library has a useful collections guide for a vast array of information.
WomenLead is a professional Signature Experience that equips undergraduate female students with the skills, experience and networking opportunities needed to get a seat at the table among business leaders.
Women's Philanthropy Network
The Women’s Philanthropy Network is a group of dedicated volunteers and donors to Georgia State University who are passionate about its purpose of helping to build great futures for our diverse student population. The WPN also has held talks over multiple topics of interest, from voting to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Women's Faculty Group
The Georgia State University Diverse Faculty Alliance's Women’s Faculty Group is a community of volunteers that provides a setting for intellectual and social contact for women faculty and professionals across campuses.
Learn more about Title IX at Georgia State.
Cultures, Communities & Inclusion
Cultures, Communities, and Inclusion celebrates the U in GSU! CCI provides a variety programs, initiatives, and workshops that educate, fosters community-building, enriches the overall campus experience for the campus community, and prepare students for the world that awaits them post-graduation.
The Multicultural Center supports Georgia State University’s mission of educating students to participate in a global economy with individuals different from themselves. To assist students in successfully engaging in this global process, the Multicultural Center provides opportunities for intentional, meaningful programming and dialogue to assist students to learn more about themselves and others.
Search for Student Organizations
Search for Student Organizations of interest at the Panther Involvement Network.