About the Jean Nidetch Women's Center
All pages within the Jean Nidetch Women's Center section contain an Escape button that will redirect you to the UNLV homepage. Please do not hesitate to click the button if you feel you may be in danger of being monitored or not in a safe environment to view resources about abuse, assault, violence, and ways to get help.
- 1,737 students educated about interpersonal violence
- 133 individuals requested advocacy related to sexual assault, domestic violence or stalking
- 600 students attended 20th annual Take Back the Night event
- 3,555.8 ounces pumped/breastfed in the Lactation Rooms on campus
The Jean Nidetch Women’s Center is committed to creating a supportive and inclusive environment for all genders through programming, services, and advocacy for the UNLV community.
Each year we plan and promote special events related to sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, and reproductive justice issues centered on identity months to help educate the UNLV community on how to put an end to these issues and be the solution.
The Women's Center has informational resources, brochures, and flyers for a variety of on and off campus organizations to help empower and protect yourself, and learn about your options. We also provide free tampons, pads, and condoms.
The Jean Nidetch Women's Center is located in the Student Services Complex-A Room 255, down the hall from Financial Aid.