Half of all new sexually transmitted infection (STI) diagnoses are among 15 to 24-year-olds, and most don't get symptoms. Do you know your status?
The University Health Center is running a free STI testing event in the Stamp Grand Ballroom from 12pm to 2pm on Wednesday, April 12th. in honor of Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Students will be able to get tested on a first come, first serve basis for HIV and syphilis via blood draw and gonorrhea and chlamydia via urine sample. There will be free food, safer sex giveaways, and sexual health resources available as you wait.
Please know that while your pre-test conversation and blood draw will take place in a partitioned area, you will be waiting with other students and may have to collect the urine sample in a public restroom.
Questions? Email Sexual Health Program Assistant Coordinator Miriam Levitin at email@example.com.