Habif Mental Health Services at Washington University in St. Louis (MHS) is offering a one year (two semesters) advanced practicum training opportunity beginning fall semester of 2023. The goal of […]
Category: Health and Wellness
The university continues to update our WashU Together: COVID-19 response page. Navigate here to review the most up-to-date guidelines and resources.
To explore community based mental health provider options, please use this new resource.
Habif Health and Wellness Center Excuse Note Policy
BearFIT Classes and Programming
Cycling, Boxing. Yoga and more: check out BearFIT classes available to WashU Rec members.
Habif Mission Statement and Related Policies
Our mission is to foster a compassionate and inclusive environment that supports each WashU student’s physical, mental and emotional well-being.
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What to do if you have been exposed to COVID-19
Listed below are the steps that you should take, regardless of your vaccination status or if you have had a previous infection. Wear a well-fitting, high-quality mask anytime you are […]
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.
Promoting Student Well-Being in Learning Environments
As part of WashU’s commitment to student well-being, the Center for Teaching & Learning and Habif Health & Wellness have developed a guidebook for instructors.