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Weight Watchers

W&L currently hosts a Weight Watchers @ Work group with members from all areas of the University. The group meets Tuesdays at Noon. Weigh-in begins at 11:30 a.m. in Elrod Commons 214.

Subsidy Available

Washington and Lee will pay 50% of the cost for employees. The full policy is available here.

Employees must complete a Human Resources payment agreement form and return the form to Human Resources in campus mail or e-mail. Employees can contact the Business Office to choose a payment method, including arrangement of payroll deduction. See the full policy for more details.

Students, spouses/partners and dependents are encouraged to attend the on-campus meetings. Students and dependents are not eligible for the subsidy or payroll deduction. Spouses/partners are eligible for the University subsidy. Payment method can be arranged through the spouse/partner employee.

For more information contact Human Resources.

Flexible Spending Account

The employee portion of the cost of Weight Watchers may be eligible for FSA reimbursement provided weight loss is prescribed by a doctor.

Weight Watchers Online

If you'd rather do WW online, contact Human Resources for the 50% subsidy and don't miss this discount from Anthem!


"Weight Watchers has been such a wonderful program. My blood pressure has dropped and my energy has increased. I have learned healthier eating habits that will remain with me. Everyone in the program is so supportive of each other that it is no wonder that we have lost weight!" -WW Member

"...with the help of WW, I lost 10 lbs and by improving my diet reduced my risk of developing heart disease to below average. I probably would not have done this if W&L hadn't made the class so accessible." -WW Member

"I should say that I have been very blessed by the WW program. I honestly never thought I would be able to lose weight again. I have been able to stop taking blood pressure medicine and enjoy feeling better than I have in 17 years." -WW Member