The Center is located in Main Classroom (MC) 142.
8:30 a.m - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Mareyjoyce Green has fought for the rights of women and the welfare of children for over four decades. She is the founder of the former Women's Comprehensive Program (Women's Center and Women's Studies major and minor) and an associate professor (emeritus) of sociology and women's studies at Cleveland State University. In addition to her role on campus as educator and mentor, Professor Green and colleague Dr. Roberta Steinbacher established the Push to Achievement Program. The program was a collaboration between the CSU Women's Comprehensive Program and the Cuyahoga County Department of Human Services Welfare Division and was the only program in Ohio that enabled students receiving public assistance to earn a four-year degree. Over 130 students received a baccalaureate degree through participation in the program. Furthermore, Professor Green is a founding member of Women's Space and has served on the boards of many local organizations. Mareyjoyce Green was recognized in the U.S. House of Representatives on March 9, 2009 for her many civic accomplishments and honored again later that month when Cleveland State University rechristened the Women's Center as The Mareyjoyce Green Women's Center. Professor Green retired from her position as Director of the Women's Comprehensive Program in 2008.
Women's Center staff members are great listeners but we are not physicians or therapists. Therefore, we leave counseling and medical services up to the professionals. We do, however, provide referral services to on-campus and off-campus resources and will assist you in making an appointment.
The Mareyjoyce Green Women's Center is for anyone dedicated to educating themselves and others about women's issues as well as those who seek to encourage, support and inspire women of all ages and stages in life. We particularly welcome students, those looking to return to school, and student-parents.
Many things! The Center strives to be the "go to" location for any questions women have about being a female student at CSU. We are particularly interested in assisting women returning to school in pursuit of their academic and life goals. The Women's Center is a place to connect with both on and off campus resources, gather with others to share stories, receive support, meet new people or simply relax and hangout between classes. Please see the What We Do section for additional information.