San Bernardino Valley College held several events to mark Women's History Month in March. On March 7, SBVC alumna Dr. Yolanda Moses spoke on campus, sharing what it is like to be president of the American Anthropological Association and professor of anthropology and associate vice chancellor of diversity, equity, and excellence at the University of California, Riverside. Moses also talked about her time at SBVC, and the importance of having women in the sciences.

On March 20, students enjoyed a screening of the 2004 Golden Globe-winning film Iron Jawed Angels, a historical drama about the women's suffrage movement, focusing on leaders Alice Paul (played by Hillary Swank) and Lucy Burns (played by Frances O'Connor). The Veterans Resource Center also held its Women's Appreciation event on March 27, featuring games, music, refreshments, and giveaways. This was open to everyone, and a way for students to find out what the Veterans Resource Center has to offer.