Throughout the year, the Barnes Center at The Arch offers multiple programs. During these programs and events, the campus community comes together to support a cause or to empower others. Learn more by exploring the Community Calendar and below.
- Domestic/Dating Violence Awareness Month
- Stalking Awareness Month
- Frisky February (Sexual Health Awareness Month)
- Alcohol Awareness Month
- Sexual Assault Awareness Month
- Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Awareness Month
- Mental Health Awareness Week
- National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week
- National Eating Disorder Awareness Week
Learn more on the Substance Use webpage!
Getting vaccinated annually is the best way to prevent the flu. Throughout the academic year, the Barnes Center at The Arch offers Flu Clinics for students, faculty and staff to receive a free flu shot.
As part of the national Get Yourself Tested (GYT) campaign, the Barnes Center at The Arch hosts multiple events giving students the opportunity to receive free and confidential sexually transmitted infections (STI) screenings. For more information on STI screenings and related resources, visit the Sexual Health webpage.
The Health Hub keeps us #PeelinGood!
The Health Hub is a weekly pop-up designed to promote wellness and encourage a healthy campus community. Each time the Health Hub appears, it's in a new place with a new health and wellness topic. Health and wellness interns, Peer Educators or knowledgeable staff guide participants through fun, interactive activities for free prizes! Participate in 10 Health Hubs during your time at Syracuse University and win an exclusive Health Hub water bottle. Be sure to follow @BeWellSU to know where the Health Hub is popping up next.
The Health Hub has now gone mobile! Keep your eyes peeled around campus for the Mobile Health Hub golf cart!
Safer Sex Express is a no cost, sexual health supply ordering service for Syracuse University students. Students may order condoms, lubricants, oral dams and hand protection. Each order is placed in discrete packaging to ensure student's privacy. Students can access the Safer Sex Express Order Form via the Wellness Portal by selecting "Health Supplies."
Learn more on the Sexual Health webpage.
Take Back The Night (TBTN) is an annual rally, march and speak-out event. Syracuse University campus members and the surrounding community unite to raise awareness of sexual and relationship violence. The rally features several speakers and performances and is followed by a march through campus and its surrounding areas. The speak-out that follows is a way for individuals to share in a safe and supportive space how interpersonal violence has affected their lives. TBTN is part of a global initiative to end sexual and relationship violence. For more information on Take Back The Night, visit the Take Back The Night Foundation website.
The campus community is invited to join the Barnes Center at The Arch in experiencing and sharing this health and wellness workshop series. As a continuous form of education and fitting for any schedule, students are encouraged to explore and register for a variety of workshops. Learn more about the Wellness Leadership Institute today!