Global Majority initiatives


We will enrich the culture of social justice at OWU.
OMSA collaborates with students, faculty, staff, and alumni in the development of a campus community in which all students can participate fully and equitably.


The mission of OMSA is to educate, support, and advocate for marginalized students. We provide space for students to understand themselves and their communities; develop strategies to successfully navigate the institution; and engage in meaningful action toward social change.


Women’s Resource Center


The mission of the Women’s Resource Center is to promote gender equality in the Ohio Wesleyan and local communities. The WRC provides information and programs to empower women to deal with the unique challenges they face on campus and to become advocates for women in the local, national, and international sphere. The WRC's programs and resources seek to foster healthy communication improve community interactions.



Spectrum (2SLGBTQIA+)


The Ohio Wesleyan community is comprised of many diverse groups. Among these groups are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, asexual, and queer/questioning persons. Their presence is not a question but a clearly demonstrated fact. Like any other minority group, LGBTQIA+ persons face certain issues that the majority does not, including violence, discrimination, invisibility, and isolation. Thus, there is a need within the Ohio Wesleyan community for a service that comprehensively and safely addresses these concerns. The purpose of the Spectrum Resource Center is to help provide LGBTQIA+ persons, their friends, their families, and allies with tools to address LGBTQIA-related issues and to assist in educating the campus community at large.


  • Facilitate interaction between LGBTQIA+ groups and other student groups on campus and with other local and national organizations.
  • Provide reference materials.
  • Sponsor LGBTQIA+ programming on campus.
  • Meet the urgent need for clearly recognized LGBTQIA+ safe zones on campus.
  • Incorporate LGBTQIA+ issues into curricular and co-curricular learning.