The Women's Center
Room M382 | Phone 718 368 4700 | Fax 718 368 6573
HAVE YOU LOST YOUR JOB, GRADUATED, OR ARE UNINSURED? THE LINKS BELOW CAN HELP YOU!
A Message From The Women’s Center
During this time of unrest and uncertainty it’s important to know that the Women’s Center is here to provide support! Now more than ever we need to rely on one another to get through this challenging time. So, although our office is temporarily closed we are just a phone call away. If you need someone to talk to and help you manage and understand what’s going on, feel free to contact the Women’s Center.
If you’d like to talk you can call: 718-368-4700 and remember, you’re protected in
love and kindness through this difficult time and stay tuned for upcoming events!
*You can also follow the Women’s Center on Instagram at: @womenscenteratkbcc
The Women’s Center provides women on campus a place to gather, socialize, network and examine the transitioning lifestyles that will allow them to develop to their fullest potential. Its services include counseling and crisis intervention, special programs, projects, seminars and workshops for women, peer support groups, resources, and consultations with academic departments, organizations and individuals to expand awareness of gender dynamics and women’s issues.
Office Hours (Fall and Spring semesters): Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm
Through our on-going services we encourage retention and academic success for women and non-traditional students by providing specialized support programs and referrals to community resources for identifiable populations including re-entry, low-income and special services. We help our students identify and foster an awareness of the possibilities for academic success and positive personal development.
The Women’s Center offers support and services to those students encountering life transitions, including:
- Confidential individual counseling
- Special programs, projects and seminars
- Women’s Center lending library.
- Discussions on current events, mid-life issues, and single parenting
- Women’s support group
- Referrals to community resources
- Lending library
- Open house for all students each semester
- Information about women’s issues
- Lactation space and storage
Throughout the year, we partner with academic departments, programs, and clubs to co-sponsor lectures, workshops, seminars, and peer support groups concerning issues important to women and non-traditional students, for example:
- Personal Development workshops
- Assertiveness and leadership training
- Financial planning and budgeting
- Health and wellness
- Stress and time management
- Sexual harassment
- Domestic violence
Kingsborough Community College Women’s Center 2001 Oriental Boulevard Room: M382 Brooklyn, New York Zip Code 11235