Women for RSU seeks to advance opportunities for the institution’s increasing number of female students.
More than 60 percent of RSU’s student population are women and approximately half are first-generation college students who seek a strong female leadership influence in their lives.
Women for RSU exists to create meaningful opportunities that empower female students through:
- Building and sustaining a group of leaders who provide mentoring and networking opportunities.
- Engaging students through unique programming opportunities.
- Providing annual scholarships to deserving students.
Women for RSU membership is available to alumnae and other women who share a passion for the mission to make an impact on the lives of female students. An annual minimum financial commitment of $250 is required. Alumnae within five years of graduation may join for an annual gift of $125. Corporate support levels vary.
Women for RSU executive committee members include, left to right: Bridgette Nichols, programming chair; Janet Valencia, outreach and development chair; Ginny Morgan, president; Terri May-Peters, vice president; and Lindsey Martin, treasurer. Not pictured: Misty Choat, mentoring chair.