Anyone who has faced an unplanned pregnancy while in college knows that it is often a time of uncertainty, fear, and even crisis. Most students are completely unaware of pregnancy and parenting resources on campus and in the community. Project Rosie was born out of the desire to reach, empower, and support pregnant women on Michigan’s college campuses so they find a community of support and the resources they need to be successful.
Too many women face an unplanned pregnancy without the support system and resources they need. This is especially true of the college campus - and we think it should change. Therefore, Project Rosie seeks to engage pregnant and parenting women on campuses so that we may connect them with the information they need to feel supported. We believe it is important that women know all of their options, and the many free resources that exist for them, before making a decision regarding their pregnancy.
Women are strong, courageous, and intelligent. They should never be forced to choose between finishing their education and being a parent. Every woman can do both!
We believe women are empowered to make positive life decisions when they are equipped with the resources and support they need. Project Rosie connects women to these resources and a community of friends, so that they are empowered to accomplish their goals and settle for nothing less than their full potential.
No matter what a woman decides to do regarding her pregnancy, she needs support. Unfortunately, it can often seem as if the college campus has nothing to offer women who face unplanned pregnancies. Project Rosie seeks to fill this gap by providing women with the emotional and physical support they need from resources both on and off campus. Whether they need medical resources, a community of student parents, housing, counseling, material support, or
post-abortion counseling, Project Rosie is the bridge to the
resources they need. We are here for women on campus, no matter what their need may be.
- The contents of the Project Rosie website are for information purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.
- In no event shall Project Rosie or Students for Life of Michigan be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on the content of the Project Rosie website.
- We strongly recommend that you seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.