Women's Success Center Programs

The Women's Success Center provides support, leadership, coaching, and advocacy for students. We work with students to remove barriers to graduation and navigate the landscape of higher education. Our services are available to all students on campus and to community members transitioning back to school.


Women of UVU

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The Women of UVU is a student-run organization supported by the Women's Success Center. Their goal is to help women achieve success and persist toward graduation by providing a supportive, social community and connecting students to the resources they need through weekly drop-in activities and monthly socials.
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Women's Leadership Academy

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The Women’s Leadership Academy is a two-semester program beginning each fall that provides participants with knowledge and experience to build and refine their leadership skills through classroom experiences, hands-on leadership, mentorship, and coaching. Students can take part in the cohort experience or as a peer mentor.
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Success Coaching

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Success Coaching is a one-on-one meeting with one of our team members. Talking through aspects of life that may impact your ability to succeed in school is critical to identify issues and address them before small speed bumps become road blocks on the path to graduation. By connecting students directly to resources in our campus and community network, students are empowered to continue down their path to graduation and finding their success.
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Wee Care Center

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We are dedicated to helping our parent-students succeed and to providing high-quality, on-campus childcare to their children. Our center is nationally accredited and meets or exceeds state licensing requirements. We use a top-ranked curriculum to help your child learn and grow while you pursue your education at UVU.

Each day, every child who enters the Wee Care Center will learn, explore and thrive. 

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FEMME Project

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The FEMME (Females Empowered by Movie Making Experiences) Project at Utah Valley University is an opportunity for female Digital Cinema Production majors produce a short film once a year with an all-female crew.

The Women’s Success Center partners with the Femme Project through a student-producer scholarship. One female producer receives a scholarship for one calendar year while their film is in progress.


Domestic Violence Conference

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UVU presents a new integrated-topic conference on Mental Health that offers separate dedicated ‘tracks’ focused on:
Addiction, Depression, Interpersonal Violence, and Suicide Prevention.

Utah Women's Leadership Exchange

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The Utah Women’s Leadership Exchange is a Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) initiative to provide opportunities for mid-career women in higher education to develop leadership skills through mentorship from males and females in leadership position within USHE.

Utah Women's Center Coalition

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UVU is proud to host the Utah Women's Centers Coalition, gathering all higher education women's centers together to share best practices, data and research, and support our state community as collaborative partners. The coalition focuses on women's centers who provide student support and faculty support as we strive to reach equity in representation throughout our institutions.
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Utah Women in Higher Education Network (UWHEN)

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UWHEN UVU Chapter is an employee organization committed to advancing women’s equity and leadership in higher education. Aligned with the state-wide network, we engage all who identify as female and allies in our campus community by:

  • Encouraging and developing the leadership abilities of and opportunities for female identifying faculty and staff by uplifting them into leadership roles
  • Supporting personal and professional growth through peer and mentor sponsorships
  • Nurturing a culture of collective empowerment that is committed to building equity by confronting discrimination, racism, sexism, homophobia, and other forms of oppression that limit the full potential of female identified staff and faculty
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