Peer Health will distribute free emergency contraception to female students in the Smith Union conference room on Tuesday through their "EC Does It Day" program.

According to peer health representative Kate Epstein '10, after speaking with a College health care provider, "all women can get free confidential Plan B."

Though emergency contraceptive is offered through the College $50 to $70, according to Peer Health.

Emergency contraception "generally doesn't expire for about two years," Epstein said.

In addition to facilitate the distribution of Plan B, Peer Health representatives will also provide condoms and information regarding other forms of birth control.

The event will run from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday in Smith Union.