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Women’s Student Organizations

If you’re looking to get more involved or build community on campus, below are some student organizations that align with the Women’s Center’s goals of celebrating women and empowering all. If your student organization isn’t listed, please contact

ACM-W Women in Computing
American Medical Women’s Association
Association for Women Geoscientists
Association of Women Surgeons 
Club Field Hockey
Generation Action for Planned Parenthood 
Glamour Gals
*Graduate Women of Color
*Her Campus Vanderbilt
If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice
Medical Student for Choice
Minority Women in STEM
Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health
Owen Women’s Business Association
Phi Sigma Rho
She’s the First *{Vanderbilt}
Society of Conservative Women
Society of Women Engineers
Student Advocates for Women in Medicine
Students Transitioning Relaxed and Natural Developing Sisterhood (STRANDS)
Swingin’ Dores
*The Women’s Network
Vanderbilt Lambda Association 
Vanderbilt University Student Chapter of the Association of Women in Mathematics
Vanderbilt University Women in Science and Engineering (VU-WiSE)
Vanderbilt Women’s Club Volleyball
*Vandy EDA (Eating Disorder Awareness)
Vandy Village (Students Who Are Parents and/or Caregivers)
VOCE A Cappella
Women in Business
Women in Government
Women Law Students’ Association
Women’s Club Lacrosse
Women’s Club Soccer
Women’s Club Water Polo
Women’s Ultimate Frisbee

* = Student organization advised by Women’s Center staff

For information about sororities on campus, please navigate to the Office of Greek Life here.

Advisory Statement

The Margaret Cuninggim Women’s Center (Women’s Center) advises many student organizations on campus. These organizations are all self-governed by their respective constitutions, presidents, and executive boards. The programs, protests, statements, and other actions engaged in by the student organizations advised by the Women’s Center do not necessarily represent the opinions, values, or beliefs of Vanderbilt University, Student Affairs, or the Women’s Center.