Center for Women's Leadership

The Center for Women LeadershipThere's a leader in everyone, and for many of our students, much of that discovery begins here. Guest lecturers and outreach programs are just a few of the valuable opportunities you'll find.
And for those of you interested in some history, the "house" was originally built in 1927 as a private residence for the W.F. Norman family. (The W.F. Norman Corporation (1898) is a world leader in the production of decorative tin ceilings and still run in Nevada.) The house was purchased in 1997 by Cottey College. Under the leadership of Dr. Helen Washburn, President of Cottey College 1986-2004, the Center for Women's Leadership officially opened in October 2000.

 

Campus Map B.I.L. Hill and Lodge Center for Women's Leadership RBAC Alumnae Hall Blanche Skiff Ross Memorial Library Hinkhouse Center Reeves Hall Chapel Robertson Hall Haidee and Allen Wild Center for the Arts P.E.O. Hall Neale Hall Main Hall
A. Main Hall
B. Neale Hall
C. Physical Plant Building
D. P.E.O. Hall
E. Haidee and Allen Wild Center for the Arts
F. Robertson Hall
G. Chapel
H. Reeves Hall
I. Hinkhouse Center
J. Blanche Skiff Ross Memorial Library
K. Alumnae Hall
L. Rubie Burton Academic Center
M. Center for Women's Leadership
N. B.I.L. Hill and Lodge

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