Women's History Month


The 2019 UCF Women’s History Month reflects the theme established by the National Women’s History Month Project: Visionary Women: Who Inspires You?


The national theme for 2019 honors women who have led efforts to end war, violence, and injustice and pioneered the use of nonviolence to change society. These Honorees embraced the fact that the means determine the ends and so developed nonviolent methods to ensure just and peaceful results.. Read More.


The UCF community of faculty, students, and staff are joining together to celebrate women’s history month and to highlight women’s achievements and challenges to gender equity. The national women’s history month project began in the 1970’s; the U.S. Congress declared March as national women’s history month in 1987. This effort is intended to promote UCF traditions honoring women faculty, staff, and students, and encourage the entire campus to use March 2019 as a platform for recognizing and improving the lives of women affiliated with our campus.


2019 UCF Women’s History Month Poster Competition

This year’s Winning Poster by Hillary LaMountain.


Previous Women's History Month Poster Contest Winners

Winner of the 2018 Women’s History Month Poster Contest: Connie Cheung


Winner of the 2017 Women’s History Month Poster Contest: Mrudula Peddinti




Get Engaged…Add your events to our list of opportunities:


The Office of Diversity and Inclusion, UCF School of Visual Arts and Design class of Dr. Ilenia Colón Mendoza and the UCF Hitt Library will offer main floor displays all month. You can also participate in events around campus. Please check back in Spring 2019 for information on Women’s History Month and Equal Pay Day events.


EQUAL Pay Day – April 2, 2019 – Wear Red!


SDES Events include:

3/6- Month of the Woman Opening; 11:30am-1pm; SU 218

3/19- Multicultural Day; 1pm-4pm; Memory Mall (collaboration with Global)

3/19 Drag Divas; 7pm-11pm; SU Pegasus Ballroom

3/25- Lieutenant General Gwendolyn Bingham; 12pm-3pm; SU 221 (collaboration with VARC)





International Women's Day Student Profiles



Equal Pay Day

Equal Pay Day is the symbolic day dedicated to raising awareness of the gender pay gap. This date symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year, the exact day differs both by year and by country. Women of Color typically face far greater odds in reaching pay equal to men’s pay.

2019 – April 2 – Wear Red to support all women and families!



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