Work Life Balance Subcommittee - Committee on the Concerns of Women

Committee on the Concerns of Women at CCSU Committee on the Concerns of Women


Work Life Balance

Committee on the Concerns of Women Subcommittee

Work-Life Balance Committee, a sub-committee of the Committee on the Concerns of Women at CCSU, is focused on providing leadership in facilitating the integration of work and study with family/personal life at Central Connecticut State University. Our mission supports

the broader goals of creating a healthy and productive learning and working environment and contributing to the well-being of future generations.

Over the past decade, academic institutions have increasingly begun to focus attention on the importance of work/family issues for students, faculty, and staff, generating rapid growth in the number and variety of campus programs designed to address work/family needs. Our focus is to encourage the university to develop strategies for all members of the campus community to better balance their Work-Life arenas. We believe it is necessary and important to work with individuals from various organizations and groups on campus in order to achieve this important endeavor.


Proposal to Create a Pilot Child Care Drop-In Center, February 2012 (PDF)

Child Care Proposal and Work-Life Balance Issues at CCSU (PDF)

Work-Life Balance Issues (Child Care Proposal) at CCSU (PDF)

Finding the Right Work-Life Balance for You (PDF) (PPT)

CCTF Report to Faculty Senate (Spring 2011)

Final Report - Student Child Care Survey 2010 (PDF)

Subcommittee Contact Info

Leah Glaser, Professor of History
Chair, CCW – Work Life Balance
Subcommittee on the Concerns of Women
Social Sciences Hall, 206-17