Our mission is to foster a compassionate and inclusive environment that supports each WashU student’s physical, mental and emotional well-being.
BareMail is WashU’s safer sex supply and sexual health information mail-delivery program for current Danforth Campus students.
Habif staff have created fliers on popular topics to help you stay well and do well at WashU.
Tips for practicing safer sex in order to minimize risk of unplanned pregnancy and/or sexually transmitted infections.
The Habif Health and Wellness Center will team up with the WashU School of Medicine to host a free STI screening on Tuesday, Oct. 29.
Habif Health and Wellness Center provides contraceptive resources for students on campus.
According to the Human Rights Campaign, “coming out” occurs when LGBTQIA individuals acknowledge their sexual orientation or gender identity to themselves or others.
See highlights of the ACHA-NCHA II 2017 to assess student health behaviors.
A Peer Health Educator is an undergraduate student volunteer who is committed to creating a healthier WashU.
Campus Well covers a variety of health issues facing college students.