A series of artistic renderings provides an early glimpse into the look and feel of a new building that will house health and wellness services for Bryn Mawr College students.
Bryn Mawr College will break ground on a new Student Health and Wellness Center in early 2020. The Center will consolidate services that are currently provided across different areas of the campus, thus giving students a centralized place to receive counseling and medical attention, career and civic engagement programming, and many other services that bolster the quality of a student's life. The new building will be located between Erdman and Pembroke halls, adjacent to the current Health Center site.
“The new center will include a wide variety of student support services including medical and counseling services, religious life, and our Pensby Center for Community Development and Inclusion," said President Kim Cassidy. "This co-location will enable a greater focus on the whole student and support for new synergies across departments."
Still in the design phase, the Center will break ground in early 2020. A generous gift from Jacqueline Badger Mars '61 provided the funding for this new center for support services.