Condoms are available for free in the Harvard undergraduate houses and at the Center for Wellness in the Arcade at Holyoke Center. You can also get free condoms from the undergraduate Peer Contraceptive Counselors (PCC) on the 5th floor (Sunday through Thursday, 7 pm to 12 am) of HUHS, Holyoke Center.
The HUHS Pharmacy carries a variety of condoms and other contraceptives. You must have a Harvard ID to use the Pharmacy. Harvard students can charge items to the term bill. Purchases will be listed as “pharmacy” charges.
Other Harvard Resources
Peer Contraceptive Counseling (PCC)
PCC is a group of male and female undergraduates trained to counsel students on issues of sexuality, relationships, STIs, AIDS/HIV, safe sex and contraception. The PCC office is open for both calls and drop-in visits, and provides free condoms, dental dams, lubricant, and a varied library of sexual health literature. PCC counselors are available every night from 7 PM to 12 AM on the 5th floor of HUHS.
All of the undergraduate men and women who staff Contact share a deep concern about issues of sexual orientation, sex, and sexuality, and are interested in discussing them with students.
Counselors at Room 13 are available to provide general peer support and counseling in dealing with overall concerns or questions in a confidential non-judgmental manner.