Health Promotion Services
Our resources and programs help you take care of your physical and mental health and help a friend in need. We support you reaching your full potential in academics, outside the classroom, and beyond Washington University in St. Louis. Learn about the resources available to you online, on campus and at the Habif Health & Wellness Center.
Find out how to participate in health-related programs and events on campus
You can get involved in health promotion on campus.
Are you stressed or overly anxious? Do you have trouble with sleep, nutrition, or fitness? Do you have concerns about your mental well-being, or that of a friend? Are you looking for information on sexual health? Are you thinking you might have an alcohol or substance abuse problem? Learn valuable information about many health issues and coping strategies.
Wash U participates in the National College Health Assessment Web Survey (NCHA-Web) to assess student health behaviors in order to help provide better services and support for students.
SH101 is a FREE online magazine
covering a variety of college health issues including stress, sleep,
nutrition, alcohol, unhealthy sexual practices, colds, flu, and more. As a student living in Wash U-owned housing or a member of Greek Life, you will receive Student Health 101 in your email monthly. Other students may subscribe via the Student Health 101 page on our website