WRC Programs

The Women's Resource Center offers development, education and programming in the following areas.  To help readers find the type of programming they are looking for, our programs have been placed in categories.  An alphabetical listing of programs can be found to the left.  Click the title of each program to be taken to its page.

Parenting Women

Breastfeeding Welcomed Here Campaign

As a part of the Women's Resource Center's mission to make education more accessible to women, we have compiled a list of campus buildings which offer spaces for lactating mothers to breastfeed their children or pump.


 Women's Equity & Leadership

Elect Her: Aggie Women Win

Elect Her: Aggie Women Win encourages and trains college women to run for student government and future political office. During this one-day training, participants practice hands-on campaign skills, hear from inspiring speakers, and discuss research on women in government.

International Women's Day

Recognized by the United Nations as a global day dedicated to women's rights and international peace, International Women's Day serves to recognize the political, economic, and social achievements of women throughout the world.

Start Smart Salary Negotiation Workshops

$tart $mart salary negotiation workshops empower college women who are starting their careers to overcome the gender wage gap and teach them to benchmark and negotiate for fair and equitable salaries upon graduation. Each workshop is 2 hours long and gives participants resources for benchmarking reasonable salaries and benefits, negotiation skills that teach women how to aim high and be realistic including practice through role play.

Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month. In addition to the programs that the Women's Resource Center hosts in conjunction with its partners, the Center puts out an annual Women's History Month Calendar which documents presentations and programs celebrating women.


Women's Progress Awards

The Women's Progress Awards have been honoring Texas A&M University students, staff, faculty, and administrators who encourage and promote sensitivity to and awareness of issues that relate to women in since 1994.