Amada Sandoval Director

I joined the Women’s Center as director in 2001, after a few years as a graduate student here at Princeton in the English Department. In my capacity as director I get to learn from undergraduates, graduate students, other scholars, and staff; and occasionally teach undergraduates. In addition to my work at the Center I am a Faculty Fellow for the Women’s Track and Field Team, an Academic Adviser for Wilson College, and a founding sponsor of the Princeton Women’s Mentorship Program (PWMP). I grew up in Colorado and Missouri, and have been on the East Coast since college. Outside of work I enjoy cooking, practicing yoga, attending PU sports events, and talking about film and contemporary fiction. My doctoral work is on film noir, and hard-boiled detective fiction from the early 1940s.

sandoval@princeton.edu

Jordan Dixon Program Coordinator

I joined the Women*s Center staff at the beginning of January 2016. Though I grew up in New Jersey, I have lived all over the country in the past ten years. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from the University of Vermont, and a Master’s degree in Student Affairs and Higher Education with a Women’s Studies Certificate from Colorado State University. After graduate school, I worked as a Residence Hall Director at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, and then as an Academic Advisor at the Boston Architectural College. In the past year, I’ve been a stay-at-home parent to my daughter Jesse, and moved to Lawrenceville with my family. I am thrilled to finally be back home and be a part of the Women*s Center at Princeton University!

Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding

princeton.edu/fieldscenter
58 Prospect Avenue
(609) 258–5494

The Fields Center is in a beautiful building on Prospect Avenue. It supports various student mentorship programs, cultural organizations, and leads theUniversity’s celebration of national history and heritage months.

Counseling & Psychological Services

McCosh Health Center
3rd Fl, walk-in
M-F: (609) 258–3285
24–hour: (609) 258–3139

CPS is part of University Health Services, and offers confidential counseling for mental health concerns including depression, anxiety, stress, crisis management, grief, and substance abuse; as well as relationship, sexual, and eating issues.

Directors of Student Life

Directors of Student Life, based in each College Office, support all members of the college community in dealing with personal, social, or health concerns.

Butler:  Alexis Andres
Forbes: Mellisa Thompson
Mathey: Darleny Cepin
Rocky: Amy Ham Johnson
Whitman: Momo Wolapaye
Wilson: Aaron King

Gender & Sexuality Studies

Housed in Dickinson Hall, the Program offers undergraduate and graduate certificates, as well as courses that are cross-listed in a number of disciplines. GSS has a vibrant roster of events featuring distinguished speakers, activists, and artists in conferences, panels, performances, lunchtime colloquies, book clubs and workshops. Pictured here: Regina Kunzel, Director.

Gender-Free Restrooms

The LGBT Center has created a map of gender-free and single-stall restrooms. You can find the link on the LGBT Center website.

International Center

The Kathryn W. and Shelby Cullom Davis International Center offers specialized support for international students and scholars including resources to help you adjust to your life at Princeton. Their team of dedicated advisors can assist you with questions about your immigration status and your practical adjustment to the United States.

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center

princeton.edu/lgbt
246 Frist Campus Center
(609) 258–1353

The LGBT Center is by, for, and about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer, asexual, and ally members of the Princeton community. The Center offers educational, social, and support programs to create a campus environment void of homophobia, heterosexism, and gender bias.

Public Safety

Emergencies:
(609) 258–3333
Non-emergencies:
(609) 258–1000

DPS is committed to the philosophy of “Community Caretaking” and strives to enhance the living, learning, and working experience at Princeton by serving and protecting the university community.

MAVRIC Project

The Men’s Allied Voices for a Respectful & Inclusive Community (MAVRIC) Project is an alliance of Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students, staff, and alumni committed to promoting healthy masculinity and fostering a respectful and inclusive community for all genders through education, mentoring, activism and fellowship. To become a member, visit the MAVRIC website, linked above, or visit their Facebook Page.

Rape Aggression Defense Course

The Department of Public Safety offers the Rape Aggression Defense System (RAD), a program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques for women. The course begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance, then progresses to teach the basics of hands-on defense training.

Religious Life

princeton.edu/religiouslife
Murray-Dodge Hall

Campus chaplains, based in the Office of Religious Life (ORL), care for the spiritual and pastoral needs of students, staff, and faculty through outreach, worship services, retreats, spiritual direction, religious education and faith formation programs. Chaplaincies and groups include Baha’i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Interfaith, Jewish Muslim, Secular, Sikh, and Unitarian.

Sexual Health & Wellness Services

McCosh Health Center
1st Floor; Appointments
M-F: (609) 258–3141

Confidential source of information, health care & support for individuals & couples. Counseling services include contraception, preconception, sexuality issues, negotiating safer sex, and choosing abstinence. Medical professionals also provide annual exams, testing & more.

SHARE—Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources & Education

McCosh Health Center, 217; M-F: (609) 258–3310
24-hour: (609) 258–3139

The SHARE office supports students, staff, and faculty who have experienced interpersonal violence and abuse; this includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. SHARE provides crisis response, advocacy, peer education, referral services and counseling.