Groups and Programs
COVID-19 UPDATE: Members of the WGSC are working according to University guidelines and are available via phone, hotline and/or email. Limited office staff will be working in F-103 M-F, 9am-5pm and staff can also be reached at 609-626-3611. Meetings with an advocate can be done via Zoom and our 24/7 Advocacy hotline is still available at (609) 849-8473. You may also contact us by email at email@example.com
- For updates on the University's response to COVID-19, visit: https://stockton.edu/emergency-management/coronavirus.html
- For the University's RETURN TO CAMPUS Web site, visitL https://www.stockton.edu/return/
Stitch 'n Bitch is an open community group for knitters of all stitchability. Based on the feminist book of the same name, this weekly discussion group teaches the art of knitting in a supportive and welcoming environment. We have starter knitting kits for anyone who is new to the craft, but feel free to purchase the book in the campus bookstore (optional).
Transcendence: A Transgender Support Group is a safe support group for any student questioning or identifying along the transgender spectrum, including non-binary, gender-fluid, or genderqueer individuals. This group is run in conjunction with the Office of Counseling Services.
Women's Support Group is an open support group for female students and those who identify as women, topics may include work-life balance, parenting issues, power-based personal violence, and other topics. This group is run through the Office of Counseling Services.
The WGSC has designed a wide range of programming to address women, gender and sexuality issues at Stockton University and in South Jersey. Most groups and events are free to the Stockton community and many are open to the public. We are always looking for great ideas for programming, service-learning projects and/or awareness events. If you have a program idea you think the WGSC should offer, please let us know. We may even help with funding!