STI & HIV Testing

DID YOU KNOW?

  • The University Health Center offers STI and HIV testing that is inexpensive, easy and given in a non-judgmental environment.
  • Most STIs have no signs or symptoms or only mild signs that can be easily overlooked.
  • The only way to know if you have a STI is to get tested.
  • If you are sexually active, it is recommended you get tested annually for common STIs and HIV.
Appointments

Steps for Getting Tested

  1. Call the University Health Center (UHC) at (402) 472-5000 to talk to a nurse about STI testing.

  2. Make an appointment to get tested.

  3. When you arrive at UHC, check in at the front desk. You will then proceed to the Laboratory on the second floor of UHC.

  4. Your test results will be sent to UHC up to three days after testing. A UHC nurse will call you to discuss your results.

Services

Covered by UNL Student Fees

Receive doctor-ordered chlamydia, gonorrhea and HIV screenings for no charge. Do it for yourself. Do it for your partner(s). Call a UHC nurse at (402)-472-5000 to learn more about how you can receive this testing at no charge.

If you have charges, you may use your insurance. UHC participates with most insurance companies. Please bring your insurance card and NCard. Thirty days after your visit, your charges will automatically be transferred to your UNL student bill on MyRED. You also have the option to pay at time of service. More information

NOTE: If you use insurance to help pay for STI testing, the primary insurance holder will receive information about what STI tests you received. If you pay for your STI tests by cash, check, Visa or Mastercard, you — and only you — will know what STI tests you received.

Common Sexual Health Screenings

  • Chlamydia Tests

  • Gonorrhea Tests

  • Syphilis Tests

  • Hepatitis A, B, C Tests

  • Oral Herpes Tests

  • Genital Herpes Tests

  • HIV Tests

Common Sexual Health Screening FAQs

  • Why should you get tested?

  • Which STIs should I get tested for?

  • Who will know I got tested?

  • What happens if I test positive for an STI?

  • How do I tell my partner(s) I have an STI?

Protection

FREE HIV Testing at Selleck

The University Health Center Health Promotion & Outreach department offers free HIV testing for UNL students.

  • Tests are confidential, rapid and anonymous
  • Mondays and Thursdays, noon to 2 p.m. during the academic year
  • Basement of Selleck, Room 7018
  • No appointment needed!
  • Optional risk reduction consultation available
  • In collaboration with University Health Center and Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services

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HIV Testing FAQs