Help for students with access to menstrual products.
Broncos. Period., as part of the Invisible Need Project, works to provide menstrual hygiene products for any menstruating WMU students. This includes single-use, long-term, and sustainable options, when possible at low or no cost.
Faunce Student Services, Food Pantry (availability varies, based on donations)
- Floyd Hall, Parkview Café ($)
Health and Human Services Building, Bella Vita Café ($)
Sangren Hall, Flossie's Café ($)
- Sindecuse Health Center, Pharmacy ($)
- Trimpe Hall, Our Space (open 1-5pm Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, or see ODI front desk)
- Valley Dining Center, Café 1903 and Market ($)
($): available for purchase
Contact us with other campus locations to add to the list.
Following the removal of menstrual hygiene product machines around campus, including Waldo Library, University Library staff saw a need for easy access to menstrual products. In an effort to replenish the menstrual products desert on campus, individuals donated single-use products and made them available in Library restrooms. During the summer of 2019, Broncos. Period. was invited to join the Invisible Need Project, in hopes of expanding partnerships and efforts to providing a variety of products to students in need.