All events and programs are on hold until the fall semester. Have a wonderful summer!
Sign up to receive info about upcoming Well-Woman events and programs. Send us an email to let us know you'd like your name added to the Well-Woman Email List. All events take place in the Well-Woman office, 119 Reid, unless otherwise noted.
Every Wednesday at 7PM. No experience necessary—all are welcome...including crocheters!
Join WW peer educators for a 30-40 minute run through Riverside Park (or around the track, on especially cold days!). We'll be running at a conversational pace, and all are welcome. Meet in the 119 Reid.
Every Sunday from 7:15-8pm in Well-Woman
45 minutes of gentle, restorative yoga to start the week. Please bring your own mat if possible.
A GYN Ed. Session is a chance for you to:
All women who are having their first gyn appointment arestrongly encouragedto attend an Ed Session. Students are encouraged to speak privately with a Peer Educator or Well-Woman staff member if they have personal questions.
Please Note: The Ed Session is meant to make you more comfortable with the setting, information, and issues which come up at gyn appointments to prepare you to engage in a thorough discussion with your practitioner. It is not meant to replace discussion with your practitioner.
When are Education Sessions and where?
Individual Ed Sessions are available anytime by appointment. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to set one up!
Who conducts the Education Sessions?
Peer Educators are Barnard students who, through Well-Woman, educate and facilitate discussions in the Barnard community about important health issues. They go through an intensive and an on-going training process in order to increase their knowledge and skills.
Call the Well-Woman office at 854-3063 or visit our office in 119 Reid.
The Barnard Primary Care Health Service and Well-Woman believe that education is an essential component of health. We are committed to helping students make informed choices through an understanding of their bodies and their health care needs.