STI Testing

WHY GET TESTED?


Regular testing is important to take care of your sexual wellbeing. Some STIs, if left untreated, may result in health complications, so it’s important to get tested regularly. We recommend people who have sex to get tested every 3-6 months, before having sex with a new partner, or after unprotected sex. Regular testing is a great way to care for the physical health of your body and that of your sexual partner(s).

WE'RE HERE TO HELP


We provide a number of resources and services for the campus community including workshops and trainings, Victim-Survivor advocacy services, STI/HIV testing, student involvement opportunities and more.

WORKSHOPS & TRAININGS

A variety of trainings on different health and wellness topics. Participants leave with practical skills and a better understanding of how to create a healthier and safer campus community.

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VICTIM SURVIVOR ADVOCACY

Free and confidential support for students, faculty or staff who have experienced interpersonal violence (rape, sexual assault, stalking, harassment, dating or domestic violence). Located in the Student Services Building.

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HIV/STI
TESTING

Drop-in HIV testing in the Student Life Center and mobile gonorrhea/chlamydia testing. Both tests are free for current U students.

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STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

Join the Center for Student Wellness in creating a well and thriving campus community! The CSW has a variety of options for students to get involved.

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