Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women


Eberly Center Resources

The Eberly Center for Women Learning Library

Our library offers a wide selection of books for use and a quiet space to meet or work on group projects.

The Jeannette E. Schotter  (1924-2005) Cap and Gown

The family of Jeannette Schotter has donated their mother’s cap and gown to the Eberly Center for Women. In honor of her legacy, we are proud to loan it to graduating women students who need a doctoral gown and cap. Dr. Schotter received her doctorate in education from UT in 1981.
Contact the Center at 419.530.8570 for loan information.

Campus Resources

Title IX

419.530.4191 | Snyder Memorial Room 1120
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) is a federal law that prohibits sex discrimination.  The University’s policies are consistent with the requirements of Title IX, Title VII, as well as relevant state laws.  If you are a student, faculty or staff member who believes you have been subjected to sexual misconduct which includes sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence, sexual assault, conduct that exploits another person in a sexual and non-consensual way, you may report it to the Title IX Coordinator. 

File Online Report Here

Sexual Assault 24 Hour Crisis Helpline (Confidential)

Through partnership with the Center for Student Advocacy and Wellness and the YWCA HOPE Center, the UToledo campus community has access to confidential, on-call advocates 24.7. Advocates provide support referrals to counseling, medical and legal services, shelters, and can accompany the called to a medical facility for a forensic exam.

Sexual Misconduct Prevention Education Programming

419.530.4929 | Snyder Memorial Room 1120
The mission of The University of Toledo's, Sexual Misconduct Prevention Education Programming, housed out of The Title IX Office is to create a campus community free of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, and other forms of sexual and intimate partner violence, in which students, faculty, and staff enjoy equitable, non-violent relationships.  We provide educational programming addressing the role that everyone can take in creating a violence-free UT.  We are dedicated to ensuring that students, faculty, and staff are provided proper resources to engage in services with our collaborative partners including crisis intervention, medical services, mental health counseling, legal services, and academic accommodations.

Center for Student Advocacy & Wellness

419.530.2497 | Health and Human Services Room 3017
The Center for Student Advocacy and Wellness is dedicated to serving University of Toledo students, faculty and staff who have experienced sexual assault or interpersonal violence. CSAW’s goal is for every member of the UToledo community to be able to receive services that will help them heal from trauma and increase victim awareness at UToledo and throughout the larger Toledo community.

Community Resources

  •  Computer Classes at Toledo Public Libraries: Classes are free. Registration is required. 419.259.5200
  • Court Advocates - 419.244.3053
  • Domestic Violence Unit Toledo Police Department - 419.936.3823  24 hrs/7 days call 419.245.3717
  • Family and Child Abuse Prevention Center - 419.244.3053
  • Genesis Domestic Violence Survivor Program - 419.321.6455 ext. 45
  • Legal Aide of Western Ohio - 419.724.0030
  • Lucas County Domestic Relations Court - 419.213.2700
  • Ohio Domestic Violence Network - 1.800.934.9840
  • Toledo/Lucas Victim Witness Assistance Program - 419.213.4591
  • YWCA Battered Women’s Shelter 24/7 - 888.341.7386
  • Career Builder:Career website that allows you to look for jobs locally and nationally. Also provides support for resume writing, cover letters and interviewing tips.
  • Lucas County Jobs: Jobs working for Lucas County. You can sign up for email alerts through this website so that you will be notified when job postings become available.
  • State of OH Jobs: Search for State of Ohio Government Jobs. Search for Civil Service Examinations
  • Women for Hire: National career fair and diversity recruitment information as well as career advice for women including: job interview questions, resume example and cover letter templates.
  • Women Work!: The National Network for Women’s Employment is a national, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women from diverse backgrounds achieve economic self-sufficiency. Provides information on identifying career paths, resume writing, cover letters, finances, finding a job, legal rights, and articles on work-life balance.

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Last Updated: 1/31/20