The Stuff You Weren't Taught In School
Watch the webinar recordings below to learn more about the sexual and reproductive health topics you weren't taught in your school Sex Ed classes. This presentation series was held in collaboration with the Women's Center and the LGBTQA+ Resource Center.
Period Health 101
Your period says a lot about your overall health. University Health Center provider Sarah Wallingford, PA-C, explains what's normal and what's not, including how cycle length, flow amounts, blood color and consistency and other period elements can vary from person to person.
Let's Talk Sex
In this webinar, University Health Center provider Jodi Chewakin, PA-C, shares tips for safer sex, how social distancing affects your sex life, an introduction to sexually transmitted infection testing, and more.
Learn Your Reproductive Anatomy
Taking charge of your sexual health begins with knowing your body and how it works. In this sexual health presentation, University Health Center provider Kay Elting explains the internal and external reproductive anatomy and teaches common vocabulary terms.
Sexual and Reproductive Health Services
Part of sexual health is knowing your body. Getting regular medical care is key to your overall health. The University Health Center offers birth control and contraception, pregnancy testing and referrals, sexually transmitted infection testing, annual gynecological and sexual health exams, PrEP and PEP prescriptions, emergency contraception and much more.
Anyone who engages in sexual contact with another person/people should be tested for sexually transmitted infections. Keep reading to learn why testing is important, how to get tested on campus, what to expect when you get tested and more.
Safer Sex Kits
The Women’s Center and LGBTQA+ Resource Center provide free safer sex kits for students.
Sexual health begins with consent. Consent lets someone know sex is wanted. The Women’s Center shares more about what consent is and is not.
Having a healthy relationship with your partner(s) is essential to your sexual health and overall well-being. The Women’s Center shares information and resources on this topic.
Our partners at CARE are a confidential, supportive resource for victims/survivors of interpersonal violence and other crimes.