The Center for Wellness classes are NOT part of the Harvard Recreation department, and no membership is required. The Recreation exercise classes that meet in the Malkin Athletic Center (MAC), Hemenway Gym, and some other Harvard facilities are administered by the Harvard Recreation department. Information about Recreation memberships, eligibility, and class access can be found at recreation.gocrimson.com or by calling 617.496.1585.
To receive STI testing at HUHS you must first sign into the HUHS Patient Portal. Once you are signed in, select "Primary Care" appointment and then "STI Testing". You will now be able to select a date and time to meet with someone on your PCP's team to receive the most appropriate STI tests.
According to the National Sleep Foundation, all adults over the age of 18 should get between 7 and 9 hours of sleep per night. Only you will know exactly what is right for you, but staying between 7 and 9 hours is highly recommended to feel like your best self. Head to our sleep page for more information.
There are many ways to get involved in sports on campus even if you're not a varsity athlete. For many of these options you don't need any previous experience with the sport and students who want to learn a new sport are always welcome. Two great ways to get involved are Harvard College Club Sports, and Intramural Sports.
Yes, classes will be pro-rated if registration occurs after the first class meeting. However, individuals will notbe reimbursed for classes missed once they have registered and paid for the rest of the session.