The Center was signed into being as an official administrative unit on July 1, 1993, by Sellard. The university provided the Center with funding and established an advisory board during this time. The educational outreach opportunities provided by the Women’s Center strives to raise awareness of policies, services, and programs at Boise State that affect women. It also provides a place to meet and study, and is located in the SUB on the second floor.
The Center is well documented in Special Collections and Archives through scrapbooks, photographs, event materials, newspaper articles, and correspondence. Newsletters and other publications produced by the Center, as well as items created for Women’s History Month are also housed in Special Collections.
The materials are open to the public.Materials in ScholarWorks on the Women’s Center include the annual booklet published in March during Women’s History Month titled “Women Making History.” The years span 2001-2011, and the collection may be viewed at the link below http://scholarworks.boisestate.edu/wmh/
More information about the Women’s Center is available at their website, http://womenscenter.boisestate.edu/ .