"The Women's Center of Franklin & Marshall College is committed to equality and equity for women on the campus and in the community. The Center provides programs that educate the campus about women's contributions to society, serves as an advocate for the needs and concerns of women, offers referrals to other campus and community services, provides resource materials about women's issues, sponsors support programs for women on the campus, and empowers students to work for a future free of sexism."
In honor of Professor Alice Drum's retirement in spring 2008, we became the Alice Drum Women's Center.
Dr. Drum, F&M's first woman vice president and later chair of the Women's & Gender Studies program, was instrumental in the founding of the Center in 1992.