The Cassandra Voss Center provides a vibrant and collaborative learning environment for the study of women and gender, and enables cooperation of all persons in the creation of more just and inclusive communities.

The Cassandra Voss Center

At St. Norbert College’s Cassandra Voss Center you’ll find innovative programming about gender and identity that is making an impact at the regional and national level. The center is a focal point for education and awareness about gender and diversity, among faculty, staff and students at the college – and beyond.

In a beautifully renovated historical building, the Cassandra Voss Center provides a classroom, lounge, and kitchen space for academic use as well as formal and informal gatherings of students, staff, faculty and community members including a library and reflection room.

The Cassandra Voss Center was built in 2013 to honor the life of Cassandra J. Voss. Cassandra – who was on track to be the first St. Norbert student to complete an individualized major in women’s and gender studies – was an intern at the Joan P. Schaupp Women’s Center where she implemented innovative programs with a joyful, welcoming, and infectious spirit. She was actively involved in promoting gender justice at the college and the center seeks to forward her vision. Read more about the CVC in the St. Norbert College Magazine.