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The Vanderbilt Woman's Club has been bringing women together since 1893. The Club provides an opportunity for intellectual, cultural, social, and philanthropic activities within the community and Vanderbilt University while supporting and assisting the mission of the University. The Club proudly sponsors the Stapleton/Weaver Scholarship through fundraising efforts.

The Vanderbilt Womans Club follows Vanderbilt University Phase Guidelines for COVID-19.  We are in Phase II:  Gatherings of up to 10 as long as physical distancing can be maintained and safety protocols (face masks/coverings) are followed.

Members are asked to stay at home if they feel ill or have a fever and to bring their own food and drinks to events.
We look forward to resuming our regular activities soon.

Be well and stay safe!

2020-21 Membership Dues are now being accepted.  You may join and pay dues here.

While we are waiting to resume our normal schedule of activities, here's a fun way to participate in the Vanderbilt Woman's Club:  Join our Club-wide Book Club!  
Our August selection:  The Woman's Hour by Elaine Weiss

The Woman's Hour Elaine Weiss


Face Masks 2020

If you are interested in helping to prepare facemasks for Corona Virus caregivers, please contact Ursula King at

Volunteer Opportunity with Second Harvest
Virtual Food Drive


A Virtual Food Drive link has been set up by VWC with Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.  This is a good way to continue to volunteer from our homes.  Follow this link to make your donation online and read more about the details.  You may also mail a check if you would rather not donate online.   Join the VWC team, and let's see how many hungry folks we can feed!


 To view VWC photos, please visit our Picture Gallery page.

The VWC Welcomes all Newcomers!

welcome 2019

Women of Color

New to Vanderbilt? Interested in joining a club to make new friends and become involved in local philanthropy? Please contact Yolonda Brooks Robinson,