Considering adding a major or minor? Do you have questions about completing requirements for graduation? Do you need to make changes to your four-year plan? Are you wondering what your plan would look like if you added or changed programs? Contact Tareq Robin, the academic advisor for African American Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies, by phone at 765-285-8726 or email to schedule an appointment.

All current AFAM and WGS course offerings can be reviewed through Self Service Banner. Use the Look Up Classes feature to search for our course schedule for a specific term. If you run into questions please reach out via email or give us a call at 765-285-5451 for assistance. 

As a student in the Department of Women’s, Gender, and African American Studies, you have access to the materials and databases available through the University Libraries in addition to our Resource Center. The Resource Center is a circulating library of over 1,500 books related to women, gender, and intersectional feminist issues. The library is located in our office, room 108 in the Burkhardt Building (BB).

How to use the Resource Center

Visit us in the department office (Burkhardt Building Room 108). A member of our faculty or staff will assist you in completing a new patron application form. Browse our shelves or search for books on the resource center computer. Once you have made your selections, we’ll assist you in checking them out. (Books circulate for one month, and can be renewed by phone or email for two weeks.)

Stay informed about the Women's and Gender Studies program through our bi-annual newsletter (fall and spring). We share student profiles, faculty news, events, class listings, and more!

For a complete list of all classes you will need to take for our bachelor’s degree or minors, please see the Course Catalog.