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.


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April 17-18, 2020

         WOMEN VOTE 100 – AAUW Texas Biennial Convening

       Convention Location:  

              Courtyard by Marriott Austin Pflugerville                         16100 Impact Way, Pflugerville, TX

Purpose & Theme: 

To celebrate the anniversary of 100 years of women’s suffrage and recognize the fight for equality remains ongoing.

Conference Calls Schedule

Join us again or for the first time on conference calls with our Vice Presidents and Public Policy Chair.  See the schedule below advising when you can participate in a conference call regarding AAUW Funds/Fundraising, Membership, Programs, and Public Policy.  We welcome anyone who has questions or ideas they want to share with others to call in at the designated time. See the  UWT newsletter for pin number and instructions.  **NEW PHONE NUMBER 712-770-4800**

Below are the upcoming dates:

Tuesday, November 12 at 5:00 pm – Membership with Gloria Long

Thursday, November 14 at 5:00 pm – Public Policy with Crystal Garcia

Tuesday, November 19 at 4:00 pm – AAUW Funds/Fundraising with Jean Dodds

Thursday, November 21 at 4:00 pm – Programs with Melodia Gutierrez

 See full schedule  for calls.


The Next Work Smart Salary Negotiation Workshop

University Woman Texas Newsletters are Online

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.


AAUW members from across the state attended the Equal Pay Day event in Austin on Tuesday, April 23 at the Texas State Capitol to tell the legislators about AAUW and the issues/bills we support. Nothing is as powerful as walking into the office to let them know how they should vote.