Zenker Wellness Suite

Located under the mural near the main entrance, the Zenker Wellness Suite (Sumers Room 303) is the health promotion hub for the Habif Health and Wellness Center on the South 40. The Wellness Suite is a bright, serene space featuring health promotion resources and programming on key topics for undergraduate and graduate students.

The Wellness Suite is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday when school is in session. The Wellness suite is closed when the Sumers Recreation Center is closed. Stop by for free giveaways after you work out and ask our friendly staff any questions, or read below to learn more about our programming and resources, all of which are free and open to WashU students on the Danforth Campus.

Mental Health

Resources Available

Handouts related to sleep, stress, anxiety, depression, procrastination and other mental health topics are available whenever the Wellness Suite is open.


Resources Available

Handouts containing information about balanced eating and body image whenever the Wellness Suite is open.

Alcohol and Other Drugs

  • Info about prescription drug abuse and disposal.
  • Information about the WashU Recovery Group.

Resources Available

Handouts about alcohol and drug abuse and risk reduction are available whenever the Wellness Suite is open.

Sexual Health

Frisky Fridays

  • Consultation with sexual health expert.
  • Free safer sex supplies and pregnancy tests.
  • Info on contraception options.
  • Resources on STI risk reduction and STI screening.

Resources Available

Free Emergency Contraception (Plan B) and pregnancy tests plus safer sex supplies  and information about contraception and STI risk reduction are available whenever the Wellness Suite is open.

Other Resources

Visit us for free period supplies thanks to the “Go Green for the Red” program, and info about primary care and mental health services available at the Habif Health and Wellness Center.

Contact wellness@wustl.edu with any suggestions for or questions about Habif, the Wellness Suite, or the Peer Health Education (PHE) program.