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HIV/STD Testing - Mobile Clinics

The Center for Student Wellness offers free HIV and STI testing for students in a couple of different ways. If you stop by our mobile clinics (see below), you can get tested for gonorrhea and chlamydia. If you come by our office Trained, confidential volunteers take and prepare saliva and/or urine samples for HIV and gonorrhea/chlamydia testing. Trained counselors provide students with education, prevention, and risk reduction information before and after testing.

If you are looking for testing outside the mobile testing clinic dates and HIV drop-in hours below, see additional testing locations at the bottom of this page. Most are available for free or reduced cost. Alternatively, you can always schedule an appointment on campus with the Student Health Center for a fee.  

Mobile Testing Clinics - Gonorrhea & Chlamydia

Feb. 13 | 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM | West Ballroom, Union

*Check back soon, as we'll be adding more dates! If your office or organization would like to sponsor a clinic, please get in touch with us at wellness@sa.utah.edu.

Drop-in Testing Hours - HIV ONLY

Any Wednesday | 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM | ESLC 2100

Drop by during our testing hours for a painless HIV test! We use the OraQuick ADVANCEĀ® Rapid HIV test.  This test simply requires a quick oral swab and the results are ready in 20 minutes. This test covers a 3- to 6-month window period (test will detect HIV antibodies if potential exposure was a least 3 months prior to testing). 

  • 95% accurate 3 months post-exposure
  • 99% accurate 6 months post-exposure

STI Testing

At our clinics, you will submit a urine sample to test for genital chlamydia/gonorrhea. Results are available within 7-10 days. If you test positive, we can provide free medication is for you and your partner(s).

Additional HIV/STD testing locations in Utah

Salt Lake County Department of Health

Planned Parenthood

Utah AIDS Foundation - Testing available on Monday and Thursday evenings every week!

Utah Department of Health

Last Updated: 11/26/18