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Women’s Outreach and Programs

Best Friends


B-wing, Student Resource Center (across from the Welcome and One Stop Center)

Grayslake Hours

Virtual appointments available
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Evening appointments available upon request

Lakeshore/Southlake Hours

Virtual appointments available
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Evening appointments available upon request


Phone: (847) 543-2771


Mission Statement

The CLC Women’s Outreach and Programs supports special student populations, including single mothers, returning students, displaced homemakers, nontraditional career seekers, survivors of sexual assault, stalking and dating and domestic violence, women in cultural transition and LGBTQ+ individuals. We offer a safe, caring place where students can come to access services and support to achieve success at college, work, and in their everyday lives.

Vision Statement

The CLC Women’s Outreach and Programs is dedicated to the success of CLC students, regardless of their personal and financial circumstances.

CLC Partners

The Women’s Outreach and Programs collaborates with many other college departments and student groups, as well as with community organizations and businesses we seek to make an extensive set of services and programs for our students.

The Women’s Outreach and Programs is part of the CLC Sexual Violence Elimination (SaVE) Team, a coordinated community response committee that assists the college in responding to sexual assault, stalking, domestic and dating violence. Through our ongoing awareness and prevention initiatives, we educate students, advocate for survivors, and work towards eliminating gender-based violence in our community.

Services We Offer

Consultations, Discussion Groups and Workshops: In our one-on-one consultations, we offer referrals to counseling and other CLC and community resources. We work close­ly with college counseling staff, advocates from local women’s organizations, and county support services. We also offer support/discussion groups.

In an effort to provide our students with the tools for success, we offer several year-round workshop series that address issues relevant to our students’ lives at school, at home and in the workplace. The Women’s Outreach and Programs also sponsors and co-sponsors many other events throughout the year, such as the Women’s Empowerment Symposium, book discussions, and family-friendly events.

See something, say something!

Be sure to report any incidents of student misconduct or any criminal behavior to CLC Police at Ext. 5555 on campus or (847)543-2081 from off campus as described in Reporting Student Behavior Concerns. Incidents of sexual misconduct or sexual discrimination can also be reported directly to the Title IX Coordinator at Ext. 2464 on campus or (847) 543-2464 from off campus.

Kristin Jones, Title IX & Compliance Coordinator
19351 West Washington Street
Grayslake, IL 60030
(847) 543-2464