STI Self Order Program


The purpose of the Campus Health & Wellbeing Self Order STI Program is to provide students convenient screening tests for some of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) without an appointment with a medical provider. The program provides an opportunity to reach out to a broader student population and improve patient education and awareness regarding safe sexual practices.

Testing regularly protects individuals and their partners. It is important to remember that most people who have an STI don’t have symptoms. Self testing is for those students who are not experiencing any symptoms of a sexually transmitted infection. Students who do not wish to participate in the Self Order STI Program or are experiencing symptoms are advised to make an appointment with a medical provider at Campus Health & Wellbeing.

When is the right time to get tested?

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Determine what tests to order

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Self Order testing currently includes Chlamydia/Gonorrhea and HIV & Syphilis

Other STI tests are available by appointment.

A word about HIV

HIV (virus that causes AIDS) infection may have no symptoms. HIV risk can be decreased by using condoms and with medications (PEP, PrEP). The blood test detects antibodies to the virus and proteins associated with the virus. The test can be falsely negative soon after exposure, so repeat testing is needed if concerned. Treatment options are available if positive.

All charges will be posted on your student account.

Charges on your account will NOT list specific reasons for the visit.

Chlamydia/Gonorrhea $10

HIV & Syphilis $9.40

Single Self Order processing fee $6



(Chlamydia/Gonorrhea) + $6 processing fee = $16

(HIV & Syphilis) + $6 processing fee = $15.40

(Chlamydia/Gonorrhea + HIV & Syphilis) + $6 processing fee = $25.40


Click Here to take the brief 4 question quiz

Negative results will be sent to you by secure messaging on your health portal.

If any test is positive, you will be contacted by a medical provider.




Click here if you are looking for more information regarding Sexually Transmitted Infections.


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