More than forty active Interest Sections reflect the diverse interests, activities and enthusiasms of Faculty Women’s Club members. Find something that appeals to you. View a printable calendar of meeting days/times here (PDF).
Art: Antiques I; Antiques II; Art History; Painting; Quilting
Books: Afternoon Readers, Books and Authors; Books, Etc; Contemporaries Meet Classics Book Discussion; Evening Enrichment; Monday Afternoon Book Review, Newcomers+ Book Group
Bridge: Afternoon Bridge I; Afternoon Bridge II; Couples Bridge; Friday Aces
Garden: Garden; Garden Amateurs I; Garden Amateurs II
Home: Global Gourmets; International Cooking; Knitting; Luncheon Adventures; Wine Tasting
Language & Drama: Spanish: Beginning Spanish, Intermediate Spanish, Advanced Spanish Conversation; French: Conversational French, Theatre et Conversation; Drama: Friends of Live Theatre, Tuesday Play Reading
Special Interests: Around the World; Campus Explorers; Cinema; Friends From Around the World; FWC Goes to Dinner; FWC Goes to Happy Hour; Music
Sports: Hiking; U-M Women’s Sports Fans; Yoga.
How often do sections meet? When do they meet? Are spouses or partners welcome? Is there a section fee? You can find sections that meet regularly once a month or on a weekly basis. Some sections set their own schedule for the year. Most sections meet from September to May or June, though some are year-round. Spouses or partners are welcomed to participate in several of the sections. In general, there is no additional charge for section participation; if there is a small section fee, it is used to defray section expenses.
How do you join a section? Members may join a section at any time. Contact the Interest Sections Chair directly or use the inquiry form under Contact Us. Each year Faculty Women’s Club holds a fall reception, usually at the Michigan League, and section chairs or representatives are available to describe sections and recruit new members.
How are new interest sections formed? The sections are a dynamic, ever-changing facet of the Faculty Women’s Club. New sections can be formed when as few as ten members petition the Faculty Women’s Club Board; old sections disband as interest wanes. Contact the Interest Sections Chair for more information.