Inclusive, Confidential Services

Taking care of your sexual and reproductive health is important at every age and for all genders. We offer a supportive, nonjudgmental environment where you can get your questions answered and receive the sexual and reproductive health care you need to stay well. Keep reading to learn more about our services.

Please note that the services described may be relevant for students with a variety of gender identities including ciswomen, transmen, transwomen and gender non-conforming people. Our team is currently working to make this language more inclusive. We ask for and appreciate your patience, support and input.


Clinical Services Include:

  • Birth Control
  • Genital (vagina or penis) Concerns
  • Breast Care
  • Menstrual Issues
  • STI Testing and Treatment
  • PrEP for HIV
  • Cervical Cancer Screening and Colposcopy
  • HPV Vaccine and Counseling
  • Pregnancy Options and Medication Abortion


Birth Control Options

HPV Vaccine

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is very common and can cause back of throat, anal, cervical, vaginal, and vulvar cancers as well as genital warts. The HPV vaccine is the best way to protect yourself.


More on the HPV vaccine

Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing

One in two sexually active people will have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) by age 25. If you are having sex, consider getting tested for STIs.  Testing for sexually-transmitted infections is easily available by submitting a request through the Patient Portal Gateway.


PrEP and PEP Prescriptions

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a daily medicine that can stop HIV from replicating inside the body and can be prescribed to people at high risk for HIV. Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) is for people who have possibly been exposed to HIV and is given in emergencies.



PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis, is an HIV prevention method in which an HIV-negative person takes medicine to reduce their risk of getting HIV. PrEP reduces the risk of getting HIV from sex by about 99% when taken daily. PrEP should be used as part of a comprehensive strategy, including adherence to daily administration and safer sex practices, including condoms, to reduce the risk of sexually acquired infections.

PrEP is meant for individuals who are at high risk of acquiring HIV.  Not sure of your level of risk? Whatever your gender identity or sexual orientation, this tool  developed by the CDC can help you assess the risk of HIV transmission from various sexual activities. This tool is not a substitute for advice from your medical provider, to find out if PrEP is the right HIV prevention strategy for you, schedule an appointment to learn more. Join the Line to speak to us via phone and make an appointment, no need to give the reason for the visit.  

Further information can be found on the CDC website at

The word prophylaxis means "to prevent or control the spread of infection or disease."

STI Screening (No symptoms)

Sexual Health Questions