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STI Testing


We are required by law to report the diagnoses of Syphilis, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and HIV to the Communicable Disease Office of the County Public Health Department

If you have any symptoms you think is related to an STI, or known contact with a partner recently diagnosed with an STI, please make an individual appointment.


  1. Go to the patient portal
  2. Log in by entering your net ID and password.
  3. On the left hand side, click on “Messages”, then click on “New Message.”
  4. Select “I want STI testing.”
  5. Complete and submit questionnaire.

A nurse will review your questionnaire within one business day and contact you via secure email regarding your STI testing orders.

A note on herpes testing: 
Routine herpes testing is not recommended for those without symptoms. Blood tests are done only in rare circumstances.

If you are having symptoms of herpes, your provider can swab the lesions (sores) to look for the virus. Results come back within one or two weeks.

HIV Testing:
Student Health provides HIV testing, and our campus has periodic free testing days. However, if you would like to find another testing center, please use the HIV Testing Sites and Services Locator (from