Campus-Based Women's Centers: Administration, Structure, and Resources
This article reports on the findings of a study of campus based women’s centers in the United States during academic year 1999–2000. The study’s purpose was to create a benchmark of the current structure of women’s centers as well as their administrative and programmatic practices. The research was based on a survey of 75 women’s centers housed in both private and public 4-year colleges and universities. Responses to the portions of the survey questions devoted to women’s centers’ structure, administration, and resources are summarized; and specific data related to center budgets and salaries of center directors are documented. Themes related to the survey respondents’ perception of administrative obstacles are also reported.
(2004). Campus-Based Women's Centers: Administration, Structure, and Resources. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 41 (3), 6, 880-892.