Men’s Center Hours

Monday–Friday: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

A Dedicated Community

The Men's Center is here to support you in leading a healthy life. It is one of the first organizations of its kind on a major college campus and is dedicated to creating spaces and events where people of all genders and identities can work collectively toward constructing a more positive masculinity. We are committed to raising awareness about the intersection of men's health and social justice issues and exploring ways for men to play a more active role in ending oppression. We strive to create a space where students feel safe, supported, and empowered to pursue their goals.


Resources

Men of Strength Club

Sexual violence is an issue that negatively impacts students of all genders and identities. We believe that men can play a key role in the prevention of sexual assault in our community. We aim to do this by providing men with a safe, supportive space to discuss masculinity and explore healthier visions of manhood.

Men of Strength Club


Prevention Resources

As Ducks, it is important that we do our best to have healthy relationships. That can mean knowing how to ask and give consent or be there to support a friend. Our resources can help you get connected with information and services to build healthy relationships and feel safe around campus.


Support

We want you to have a truly exceptional college experience. In order to do that, we have resources to support and help you through whatever types of challenges you might face. As a part of our community, you are important and we want you to have the support that is best for you.


Events

Apr 27
Daylighting Sexual Violence: Illuminating Men's Role in Sexual Violence Prevention5:30 p.m.

While most men are not violent, most acts of sexual violence are committed by men. Following closely after the Take Back the Night march, we will discuss men’s role in...
April 27 5:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Crater Lake North (EMU 146)

While most men are not violent, most acts of sexual violence are committed by men. Following closely after the Take Back the Night march, we will discuss men’s role in preventing sexual violence, and explore how rape culture, power dynamics, and gender norms contribute to sexual violence. We will talk about strategies you can use in your own life such as clearly communicating about consent and bystander intervention to reduce sexual violence. We will also be sharing other helpful tools and resources available in our community. 

People of all genders are strongly encouraged to attend, as diverse points of view are needed to understand men's role in ending sexual violence.

Contact Us

 
Brett Moody
Director, ASUO Men's Center