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Women's History Month

Honoring inspirational female leaders
At Oklahoma State University, we are passionate about celebrating the exceptional accomplishments of women throughout history and the lasting impacts they have made. In 1981, Congress requested that President Ronald Reagan proclaim the week of March 7 as Women's History Week. The celebration remained a weeklong event until 1987, when the holiday became Women's History Month. To commemorate women's contributions, the first comprehensive federal report on the state of women was released in March 2011. Each year, the Cowboy family comes together in March to honor our women through a series of events, programs and meetings.

Committed to our female community

Women's Resources

The OMA women's programs and student organizations focus on creating equitable opportunities for women on the OSU campus.

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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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Women's Clinic

The Women's Clinic is provided for the female population of Oklahoma State University. 

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