To ensure that more women evolve into leadership roles and are included in the decision-making process in Afghanistan, especially now when the international community is committed to supporting Afghan women, they need access to four-year quality higher education. By transitioning the two-year community college to a four-year liberal arts college, Oruj will create the path for women to enter the workforce in higher-level government positions so they can be heard and included in national and international forums. This fall, Oruj will commence the college by opening admissions into two faculties: Faculty of Law and Faculty of Economics. These faculties were selected on the basis of: a) a survey completed by women, in January 2011, and b) online job research. Oruj analyzed the most commonly used websites -- and www.jobs.af -- to study the vacancies available for women in the job market. Both studies indicated that there is a huge demand for female graduates of Law, Economics and Journalism, respectively.