Southeast Women's Resource Center

Southeast, Mt. Tabor, Room 149 | Contact: May Donohue, Women's Resource Center Coordinator | 971-722-6051 | may.donohue@pcc.edu

The Southeast Women's Resource Center officially opening Fall 2014!

The Center is located at Mt. Tabor, Room 149

The Southeast Women’s Resource Center is a safe, inclusive, and welcoming space for all students, faculty and the PCC community.

We provide outreach programming, support, and services specifically to women, and we seek to create a safe, supportive, and inclusive learning environment to meet students’ academic and personal goals so that they feel empowered and thrive. We support the academic achievement of women, improve the retention of women students at the college, and encourage women's leadership development.

We are a dynamic, engaging, and energizing learning community committed to social justice/social change while promoting equity for women and other individuals. The Women Resource Centers offers leadership opportunities to students and works in collaboration with a variety of campus and community partners to provide a great support system for women on campus and the larger community.

Single parent, displaced homemaker, woman? New or returning to college?

This upcoming academic year, we will be offering college credit courses starting Winter 2015 through the Life Tracks Program.

Take advantage of the Life Tracks program that can help you plan your education and career. Life Tracks is a program of classes and support for those returning to school whose lives are in transition.

These college credits courses will focus on:

  • Career Development
  • Introduction to Assertiveness
  • Values Clarification
  • College Survival and Success

What are the advantages of Life Track Program?

  • Free of charge to the student
  • Limited support services
    • Child care stipend
    • Help with transportation/parking
    • Class with the same students - group support
    • On-going support during & after class

How to apply?

Contact May Lim-Donohue at may.donohue@pcc.edu for more information to access the program for Winter Term, 2015.