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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
UMBC campuses are closed, but courses are now online and employees are working remotely.

About Us

The Women’s Center at UMBC advances gender equity from an intersectional feminist perspective through co-curricular programming, support services, and advocacy for marginalized individuals and communities. We prioritize critical social justice as our community value, with a deliberate focus on women, gender, anti-racism, and feminism.

All are welcome as long as they respect women. Their experiences. Their stories. Their potential.

To learn more about the Women’s Center read our FY2019 Annual Report. You can also check out this great Prezi presentation created in honor of our 25th Anniversary! 


Hours of Operation

We have currently suspended our hours of operation and are working remotely to do our part to flatten the curve. For support and resources, contact us at For up-to-date information about UMBC’s response to COVID-19, please visit


Please note that the Women’s Center lounge may not be available when the space is reserved for closed meetings. Please consult our calendar to help you plan your visit ahead of time.

Summer, winter, and spring break hours vary. For hours of operation during these times, please consult our myUMBC page. Summer 2019, the Women’s Center is closed Mondays and Fridays and is open to the community Tues-Thurs from 10am-3pm. For information about accessing the Center outside of our normal hours of operation, please stop by or email

Students are encouraged to schedule meetings and appointments with Women’s Center staff during their open office hours. Please see our calendars for easy online scheduling:
Jess Myers, Director
Amelia Meman, Assistant Director
Bri Gumbs, Program Coordinator

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History of the Women’s Center

UMBC Women’s Center 20th Anniversary Documentary from stefanie m. mavronis on Vimeo.

Past Annual Reports