Contact us

by mail:

Wellesley Centers for Women
Wellesley College
106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA 02481-8203 USA

by car:

Wellesley Centers for Women offices are located in three Wellesley College buildings; please follow directions to appropriate house--DO NOT use the College's mailing address for driving directions. Directions to WCW

by phone & email:

Wellesley Centers for Women:
781.283.2500 | fax: 781.283.2504 | WCW@wellesley.edu

Administration and Scholars
Main Wellesley College Staff Directory:
Search by Name or Department (keyword: Wellesley Centers for Women)
Press/Media Relations: 781.283.2552 | News-WCW@wellesley.edu

Publication Sales: 781.283.2510 | Publications@wellesley.edu

Speaker Requests: 781.283.2552
Donor Relations: 781.283.2484 | DonorInfo@wcwonline.org

Grant and Contract Services: 781.283.2508
(Project funding for WCW projects only--not for external applicants)
Jean Baker Miller Training Institute: www.jbmti.org | 781.283.3800 | jbmti@wellesley.edu

National Institute on Out-of-School Time: www.niost.org | 781.283.2547 | niost@wellesley.edu

Open Circle: www.open-circle.org | 781.283.3277 | info@open-circle.org

seeking help?

Staff at the Wellesley Centers for Women conducts research on a variety of issues that affect women, children, and families. However, we do not provide direct care, legal advice, or referrals. If you are in need of services ranging from emergency intervention to legal advocacy please consult this list of helpful resources.

other resources & links

Scholars and trainers at the Wellesley Centers for Women collaborate with colleagues across the nation and the world. A brief list representing some of our partners can be found on this site.


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About Us

Our Mission

Our mission is to advance gender equality, social justice, and human wellbeing through high quality research, theory, and action programs.

 

    A world that is good for women
    is good for everyone.
    (TM)