Colorado Law is home to nearly 50 active student organizations. These organizations are a phenomenal way for law students to increase their knowledge, gain leadership experience, network and collaborate with the legal community, and build connections with classmates that will last through their careers and beyond.
In this series, we highlight some of the extraordinary organizations run by Colorado Law students.
Meet the Womxn of Color Collective (WoCC), which serves to support and promote those who identify as women of color at the University of Colorado Law School.
The WoCC’s mission is to create a fully inclusive and welcoming environment for all women of color.
“The Womxn of Color Collective is a place that hears, discusses, and addresses the concerns of women of color. Our goal is to foster conversation and uplift the student body at CU Law,” reflects Natalie Mousa ’25.
The WoCC tries to limit the number of “professionally” oriented events, placing more focus on fostering friendships and social interaction. The group hosts annual brunches, along with a WoCC dinners and several social lunches. Students can reach out to any of the Executive Board members, found on the Colorado Law Student Organization’s page. Membership is open for all students currently enrolled at the University of Colorado who demonstrate their commitment to women of color at the law school, in the greater community at large, and who agree to abide by the preamble listed in their constitution.
"We, the students of the University of Colorado Law School (CU), in an effort to support and promote those who identify as women of color at the law school, to encourage community among women of color at CU law school, and establish a place where the concerns of women of color are heard, discussed and addressed to foster conversation(s) and educate the student body at CU law hereby issue this Constitution."