The Margaret Sloss Center for Women and Gender Equity is a place for you on campus. Located inside the historic Sloss House, the Sloss Center operates as a place for students to take a breath. Our programming centers issues historically considered women’s issues, but we know that gender equity issues effects women, men and non-binary people. Isolation, parenting and family stressors, poverty, and violence can impact any student. The Sloss Center is, and has always been, open to any ISU student and we welcome students of every gender.
Sloss is located on central campus between Gerdin and Curtiss Hall. We are open Monday - Friday; 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Come in and you will find:
- Connection to community and creativity
- Support around pregnancy, parenting, and caregiving
- Resources to meet basic needs like food, diapers, and hygiene supplies
- Help with past or current trauma, dating violence, stalking, or sexual assault
Please stop by!