According to the Human Rights Campaign, “coming out” occurs when LGBTQIA individuals acknowledge their sexual orientation or gender identity to themselves or others.
Connection In Time of COVID
Sunday, October 25, 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. CST The Mental Health Peer Health Educators (PHEs) from the Habif Health and Wellness Center, are proud to present “Connection in the Time of […]
Contraception and Pregnancy Prevention
Habif Health and Wellness Center provides contraceptive resources for students on campus.
Controlled Substances Agreement
This agreement is to provide you with the requirements, risks and benefits for ongoing treatment using controlled substances.
Mental Health Services staff members are here to help students with personal concerns.
COVID Vaccine Information
See important information about receiving your COVID-19 vaccination through WashU.
COVID-19 and Substance Use Resources and Safety Guidelines
See these resources that apply directly to COVID-19 and are provided to keep you safe (PDF).
COVID-19 Isolation Protocols 2022/2023
WashU follows best practices from the CDC and our local departments of health for isolating in place if students test positive for COVID-19.
COVID-19 Vaccination for Danforth Students FAQ
See a list of questions and answers about COVID-19 vaccinations for Danforth Campus students.
Data on Health Habits and Behaviors
See highlights of the ACHA-NCHA II 2017 to assess student health behaviors.
Dental/Vision Insurance Benefits
Learn about your options for dental and vision insurance benefits with the student health insurance plan.
Depression Health Information
Depression is a common, highly treatable illness that affects the way a person feels, both emotionally and physically.
We understand that extra support is essential while you are preparing your dissertation.
Documentation for an Emotional Support Animal
Habif Health and Wellness Center mental health professionals do not prescribe assistance animals or emotional support animals.
E-Cigarettes and Vaping
E-Cigarettes and vaping have serious risks. Learn what you need to know.
Email Authorization Form for Patient Communication
Email communication is available between you, your family (with your consent) and your providers, if you choose to submit the email authorization form.