STI/HIV Testing Clinics

Dawn Zitney heading an STI Clinic

Upcoming Chlamydia and Gonorrhea* Testing Clinics

We typically offer monthly clinics during the academic year. Please visit our Events page for upcoming clinic dates. 

 

How to Get Tested

  • Reserve your spot at the testing clinic online
    • Login into our online appointment system
    • Select In-Person Visit at Health & Wellness
    • Select STI Screening Clinic
    • Select the date you wish to be seen, then select the time you would like to come in to do your urine sample. Plan to avoid urinating 1 hour before your time slot.
    • After making your appointment select Insurance Card  from the menu on the left and make sure your current health insurance information is loaded into the portal.
  • Arrive at the Health & Wellness lobby at your designated date/time.
  • Confirm your health insurance information. Your insurance will be billed for testing. **
  • You’ll be provided a testing kit to gather a urine sample.
  • Obtain results in 5 business days

*   Chlamydia and gonorrhea two of the most common STIs among young adults. If you would like to meet with a clinician to discuss your sexual health history and possible recommendations for additional testing, please make an appointment.

** Our clinic is for insurance billing only. If you would like to pay out-of-pocket, please make an appointment with a clinician.

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING SYMPTOMS, PLEASE MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH A CLINICIAN.

Top 5 Reasons to Get Tested

  1. Half of all STI diagnoses are among young adults under 25 years old.
  2. If you are sexually active or thinking about becoming sexually active, getting STIs/HIV testing is recommended as part of your routine health care.
  3. Many STIs don’t have symptoms. The only way to know your status is to get tested.
  4. Sexual behaviors and circumstances can put young adults at risk for getting STIs/HIV:
    • Unprotected penetrative or oral sex
    • Multiple sex partners
    • Anonymous sex partners
    • Intoxicated sex
    • Not getting routine STI/HIV testing
  5. Getting tested at Health & Wellness is confidential and convenient.

 

April is Get Yourself Tested Month! 

Get a $5 gift card for getting tested or screened for STIs/HIV during the month of April. 

NOTE: Testing is not free and will be billed to your health insurance provider, or you may pay out-of-pocket. Promotion only available to current UNH students who have paid the health fee.