The Women's Center was originated in 2003 by two students as part of a class project. The WC has undergone several growth stages, from being staffed by an intern, to a graduate assistant, to a regular staff position within the Division of Student Affairs. By the 2007-2008 academic year, the center had grown to house over 30 programs a year, 74 volunteers, and provide the campus and community with nearly 900 service hours. Students had a passion for women's issues on campus and decided that they were going to make a difference. The legacy they left us is the Women's Center. What will your legacy be?