Contact WRAC

Please check to indicate need for a disability accommodation to participate. 


Support WRAC with a tax-deductible donation through the UI Foundation

WRAC provides groups, facilitator training, speaker events, individual counseling, community programming, IWIS, and other services with a small budget and the work of many volunteers. Each gift to WRAC is matched many times over by the work of student and community volunteers. All donations, big or small, are appreciated! Donations are tax-deductible.

Donations to the Women's Resource and Action Center Fund support current services and programs including Iowa N.E.W. Leadership. Donations to the Women's Resource and Action Center Endowment Fund help secure the financial future of the Center.


Violence Prevention

The Women’s Resource and Action Center (WRAC) at The University of Iowa is a diverse community dedicated to fostering women’s individual empowerment and systemic solutions to all forms of oppression. The Center leads and collaborates on projects that serve UI students, staff, faculty, and the greater community. Call 319-756-3456 for more information.

Good Kids

Bystander Intervention Sexual Assault Prevention Workshop

February 23rd, 2015 from 5:30-7:30pm in the Indiana Room at the Iowa Memorial Union (IMU).

Please register for the workshop using the qualtrics link below.

Contact Meagan Schorr at or (319)335-1486 with any questions.


Men’s Anti-Violence Council

An opportunity for men to get involved in preventing violence. Learn how to be part of the solution, and take action!

Bystander Intervention Training

WRAC provides workshops to train participants in safe and effective ways to address inappropriate, offensive, harassing and dangerous conduct, to create a safe and welcoming community for us all. This interactive training introduces the principles of bystander intervention, teaching 12 specific skills to provide options for a wide variety of situations, and includes opportunities to practice them.

Technology and Stalking

Social media, mobile devices, and other forms of information technology make our work and lives easier, more productive, and enjoyable; but they are also vulnerable to being used by stalkers to harass others. This training presents information and examples of current technologies and how they are being exploited, information about ways to reduce vulnerability and detect misuse of technology, and resources available to help. Contact us to request a training or get more information by clicking here.

Sexual Consent

The University of Iowa upholds an Affirmative Consent standard for sexual consent ( This training, which uses video and interactive discussion, explores what this means, how it works, and ways to communicate effectively and without awkwardness. Contact us to request a training or get more information by clicking here.

Contact WRACGive to WRAC