Contraception

The Student Health and Counseling Center carries mostly generic brands of birth control pills, and other options as listed.

Since the Student Health and Counseling Center is not a pharmacy and cannot act as a pharmacy, we cannot fill prescriptions from another clinic. It is necessary for students to make an appointment if they are interested in birth control methods or birth control counseling, or if it has been longer than a year since our clinic has seen you for any medication of this type.

Cesia

Sronyx

Mononessa

Solia

Depo-Provera

Condoms

The Student Health and Counseling Center keep some condoms in the public bathrooms at the center.

If you need to purchase condoms, they are 5 for $1.00.

Contraceptive Diaphram

An appointment is necessary for diaphram fitting.

Emergency Contraception - the Morning After - Plan B

Please call 474-7043 to see a medical staff person in regards to Emergency Contraception

What is emergency contraception?

Emergency contraception is a method of preventing pregnancy after unprotected sexual intercourse. It is for emergency use and should not be relied upon as a method of birth control. Emergency contraception is most effective if it is used as soon as possible after unprotected sex.

For more information:
http://www.pamf.org/teen/sex/birthcontrol/morningafterpill.html