Welcome to AAUW Texas

The American Association of University Women has been empowering women since 1881.

AAUW-Texas includes the state organization and local branches in four districts, working for equity for women and girls in schools, on campuses, and in our communities.


Serving on the AAUW TX State Board

We need you to serve on the AAUW TX State Board.

Why-Serving-on-the-Texas-State-AAUW-Board is a GREAT IDEA!!!

We will be electing the following positions:

  • President
  • Program Vice President
  • Membership Vice President
  • AAUW Funds Vice President
  • Financial Officer
  • Secretary

Each district will also be electing at least one representative:

  • South Texas – 1
  • Central Texas – 1
  • West Texas – 1
  • North Texas – 2

The number of representatives in each district is determined by the number of branches in the district.

Nomination Form and Job Descriptions:  Join the State Board of Directors 

The nomination form must be received by our Nomination Chair, Kay Zilliox,  no later than October 20.


AAUW Texas 48th Biennial State Convention

AAUW Texas is heading to “Space City”, y’all!


AAUW TEXAS Goals From Board Meeting July, 2016

Goal 1: Work on pay-equity by fulfilling activities outlined in Public Policy Grant Action Items

Goal 2: Verify that TX colleges and universities have Title IX coordinators

Goal 3: Develop mechanism for electronic voting at 2018 state convention.

Goal 4: Assist branches in becoming compliant with AAUW governance requirements.

Goal 5: Assist Branches in retaining members.

Goal 6: Assist Branches in increasing diversity in branch membership.


University Woman Texas Newsletters are Online

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Our newsletter, the University Woman Texas (UWT) is published four times a year. All branch members with an e-mail address registered with AAUW on the Membership Services Database are e-mailed the UWT online link as soon as it is published.

Register to receive AAUW Texas UWT Newsletters & Alerts!


2017 AAUW National Convention

As we prepare for the changing political climate, your voice is needed now more than ever. The Texas delegation is making their voice heard on Capitol Hill!