Alice! Health Promotion

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Schedule an appointment to talk about sexual and reproductive health

Drop in or schedule an appointment with a peer advocate.

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Additionally, find upcoming open sessions on the Events Calendar.

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Alice! offers drop-in visits and appointments for students.

Hours and availability are subject to change depending on university holidays and breaks in service. For most up-to-date schedule, visit the Same Day Service page or Make an Appointment page.

Health Education Drop-Ins
  • Summer Break: No drop-ins, appointment only from May 6 - September 2
Sexual & Reproductive Health Drop-Ins
  • Virtual: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday; 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET in the GHAP Zoom Room
Alice! Virtual Appointments

Well-being Workshops and Events

Our Services

Sexual & Reproductive Health at Columbia

Sexual & Reproductive Health services at Columbia are provided by a team of GHAP Peer Advocates, Health Promotion staff, and Medical Services providers. We are committed to providing Sexual & Reproductive Health education and advocacy for students of all gender identities and sexual orientations.

The Gay Health Advocacy Project (GHAP) was founded in 1985 to support Columbia students during the unfolding AIDS crisis. Its mission was to educate about HIV and provide HIV testing to student most at risk and the larger Columbia community. In 2015, GHAP advocates saw a need for additional reproductive health support for Columbia students. Reproductive Health Advocacy Project (RHAP) was created as a joint project within GHAP to provide contraceptive and reproductive health education to students. Since then, GHAP/RHAP has added PrEP/PEP consultations and supporting students seeking gender-affirming care services. GHAP/RHAP continues to grow and adapt based on the sexual and reproductive health needs of Columbia students.

Learn more about our history at the GHAP Archive.


Alice! Health Promotion hosted 57 health promotion workshops and trainings for 5,617 attendees

“I love this service so much! I look forward to my meetings and it has truly helped me implement positive changes in my behavior.”

– Wellness Coaching graduate student participant

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3rd Floor John Jay Hall

519 W 114th St.

New York, NY 10027

(between Butler Library and Wallach)

Map showing the office location of Alice! Health Promotion

Note: The building is on the corner of Amsterdam Avenue and 114th St. The entrance of the building is on the campus side and cannot be entered from the street.