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The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) programs, events, initiatives and student organizations centered around female student experience focus on campus involvement, leadership and professional development, cultural immersions, personal development, mentorship and civic engagement. 

The various programs also support students' academic success through scholarship opportunities and educational resources. Through these forums, we enrich students' collegiate experience in academic, social and cultural environments.

Feminist Collective

The student organization Feminist Collective (formerly The Women’s Programming Advisory Council, the National Organization for Women, and the Women’s Resources Center Student Alliance) is works to engage the OSU community in dialogue about how gender shapes our lives and experiences.

Minority Women's Association

The student organization Minority Women's Association (MWA) assists minority women in development of their leadership and knowledge of politics, academic excellence, social interaction and self-realization.

Her Campus

The student organization Her Campus is an all-female student-led magazine to inform, educate and entertain collegiate women (with topics such as: news, culture, fashion, health, trends and sports) in an online format. The goal is to entertain and inform OSU students while giving the Her Campus members a real hands-on experience in journalism and the magazine industry. 

Red Pantry Committee

The Red Pantry Committee's goals are to provide a sustainable and diverse pantry of menstrual hygiene products across the Oklahoma State University campus and within the Stillwater community, and create a menstrual education platform and gathering basic needs data.

More Women's Resources

Women's Clinic

The Women's Clinic at University Health Services offers treatment for a wide range of women-specific, as well as gynecological, needs. 

Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies 

Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies offers a minor for undergraduates, support for curricular development and research by faculty, and opportunities to collaborate with community and campus partners who are intrigued by how gender shapes the world. 

Women's Faculty Council

The Women's Faculty Council (WFC) works to improve the status of women at OSU by being advocates for women through educational programming, award funding, research, and career support

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