Health and Wellness Center

Through quality integrated wellness services and programs, the Health and Wellness Center (HWC) provides holistic health and wellness care that is student-centered, and that encompasses every aspect of the human experience - mind, body, spirit, and community. The HWC's integrated philosophy is grounded in diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility. This supports the ongoing discovery and growth of what health and wellness means to each Bryn Mawr College student and promotes lifelong growth and development.

Regular Health and Wellness Center Hours:

Monday-Friday: 9 am – 5 pm, Saturday 9 am – 2 pm by appointment only. Please call  610-526-7360 to schedule an appointment. There are no walk-in or drop-in hours because of our wish to keep staff and students safe. 

  • Students can access the Medical Services in-person by appointment.   
  • The Counseling Service provides counseling and psychiatry via tele-counseling using a HIPPA compliant platform.

    The following Counseling appointments can also be self-scheduled through the patient portal (click on the "Appts" tab):   

  • First Visit: Brief Counseling Assessment (required for new and returning students, including those who would like to schedule with a staff Psychiatrist)
  • Case Management (for help with referrals, insurance questions, finding providers off campus, etc.)
  • Drug and Alcohol Assessments
  • Re-enrollment Appointments (for students returning from a leave of absence)
  • Groups and Workshops    


What to do if you need health care when the Health and Wellness Center is closed:

If you are on-campus and experiencing a medical or mental health crisis, urgent care is available 24 hours a day. Contact Campus Safety (610-526-7911) for transportation to Bryn Mawr Hospital Emergency Room. Remember that in a true emergency situation, you should seek treatment at the hospital emergency room. Finances can be worked out later, if necessary.

Reggie Jones, Associate Dean of Health and Wellness

Reggie (she/her) is a Bryn Mawr College alumna, licensed clinical social worker, and educator. She was born in South Carolina and grew up in North Philadelphia.