How do you stay well and do well at WashU? Check out resources, facilities, services, and programs that help you thrive.
Membership includes faculty, staff, graduate, professional and undergraduate students. Check out our offerings including a student-produced video.
The flu is at WashU to start the spring semester. The most important thing you can do to prevent the flu is to get vaccinated.
Stressbusters is a health initiative that helps students, staff and faculty rediscover relaxation.
Alcohol & Other Drugs Training and Programming
Learn more about alcohol and other drugs training and programming opportunities available through Health Promotion Services.
Anxiety Health Information
Anxiety disorders are illnesses that interfere with daily activities and are characterized by chronic, unremitting anxiety and fear.
Ask Listen Refer: Suicide Prevention Training Program
ASK LISTEN REFER is designed to teach faculty, staff and students to identify and help people at risk for suicide.
Campus Well covers a variety of health issues facing college students.
Contraception and Pregnancy Prevention
Habif Health and Wellness Center provides contraceptive resources for students on campus.
Data on Health Habits and Behaviors
See highlights of the ACHA-NCHA II 2017 to assess student health behaviors.
Events with Alcohol Policy
Undergraduate students & student groups are afforded the privilege of serving alcohol at certain events, which includes expectations regarding safety.
Gary M. Sumers Recreation Center
WashU's flagship recreation facility available for use by members of the campus community.