STI/STD Testing

Confidential STI/STD Testing & Treatment

If you’re sexually active, STI/STD testing is a good idea and our medical providers are here to help. There’s not just one test for all STI/STDs, so you’ll need to talk with your medical provider about your sexual history and together determine the best tests for you. 

The information provided in this brochure is for educational purposes only.
Please do not use this information to diagnose yourself.



When in doubt get checked out. To make an appointment for STI/STD testing, please call (520) 621-9202. 

PrEP & Pep

Our medical providers can prescribe Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) as needed.


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How To Use A Condom

Using condoms correctly and consistently can significantly reduce your risk of STIs/STDs and pregnancy. You can get 100 condoms for $15.99 at our Pharmacy.

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Free Condom Friday

Free external condoms, internal condoms, lube, gloves, and dams every Friday from 12-2pm outside of Campus Health.

Get Your Sexual Health Questions Answered

If you have sexual health questions, call (520) 621-4967 to speak with a health educator at Campus Health. 

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What are symptoms of an STI/STD? 

While some don’t have any signs or symptoms, here are some common ones to look for: 

  • Unusual discharge from penis or vagina
  • Strong vaginal odor
  • Itching or irritation
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Painful urination
  • Sores
  • Slight fever
  • Excessive pain and/or cramping

How often should I be tested? 

How can I get the most out of my appointment? 

Be honest and open about your sexual history, partner(s), and substance abuse/misuse. When our medical providers have all of your information they can provide better care for you. 

Are they all curable? 

Bacterial, fungal, and parasitic infections are usually curable (but you can get reinfected). Viral STDs (Herpes, HPV, HIV, and some Hepatitis) cannot be cured but can be treated with proper care and medication.  

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