The mission of the Pomona College Women’s Union is to secure positive changes for women in their personal and political lives and to work toward deconstructing gender-based constraints within both local and global contexts. We will engage The Claremont Colleges while extending our reach into our surrounding communities. The Women’s Union is committed to providing space and programming involving all genders, tailored to the diverse needs of women. In order to fulfill these commitments, we will exercise an active position against interlocking systems of oppression based on, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, sex, gender, sexual orientation, class, religion, and ability.
Second Floor of Walker Lounge. There is a wheelchair lift at the northwest entrance that can be accessed if needed.
Sunday: 4 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Monday: 4 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Tuesday: 1 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Wednesday: 1 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. & 4 p.m. - 10 p.m.
During the fall and spring semesters
Contact & Events
If you are interested in working with the Women’s Union, we will be hiring for next semester! Please look out for our application on CollegiateLink.
Interested in coming to the space? Drop in during our open hours to hang out or do work. Follow our Facebook page to be regularly updated on WU events.
Mars Woodward ’23 (they/she) is a fourth-year Black student from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, majoring in biology and minoring in Africana studies. They are interested in how ecology and conservation based-crises are interconnected with systemic anti-Black racism and the fight for liberation it inspires. In their free time they love creating makeup-art, watching horror movies, and smelling every flower they pass. Mars started working for the Women’s Union their junior year and has never loved an on-campus job more. They look forward to hosting karaoke nights, movie viewings, and amazing speakers at WU Lunch!
Jasmine Holt ’25 (they/them) is an Asian-American, queer college student from Minnesota where they had the opportunity to foster their passion for book arts, music, and other forms of creative self-expression as a means to organize and connect with their community. Majoring in Media Studies and Art, they have been able to further explore how art, design, and education can be utilized as a radical tool for restorative justice on campus. Holt is excited to be a Head Coordinator to continue organizing empathetic workshops centered around community healing and uplifting marginalized voices
Denelis Acosta ’23 (she/her) is a fourth year Latinx student from Massachusetts majoring in environmental analysis. Her hobbies include knitting, watching nature documentaries, and thrifting. She plans to pursue a career in the fashion industry, working at the intersections of sustainable fashion and environmental justice. She has worked for the Women’s Union since her freshman year in 2018. When not in the space, you can find her hanging out with her cockapoo Javier.