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HIV & STD Testing

The Student Health Center offers HIV and STD testing whether or not you have symptoms of HIV or an STD by appointment (801-581-6431).

If you do not have symptoms of HIV or an STD, the mobile clinics provided by the Center for Student Wellness offers free HIV, gonorrhea, and chlamydia testing:

State-Wide Testing Locations

Planned Parenthood HIV and STD Testing

Utah AIDS Foundation HIV and STD Testing


FAQ

 

Free Tests for HIV, Chlamydia, and Gonorrhea are done by the Center for Student Wellness at mobile clinics on campus throughout the fall and spring semesters; this is available to those not currently experiencing symptoms.

If you are experiencing symptoms and would like additional testing, or need to meet with a health care provider, you may make an appointment by calling 801-581-6431. Appointments are available M-F 8:00am-4:00pm.

An appointment with a health care provider for testing runs between $35- $65 plus the costs of any labs. The cost varies depending on your symptoms and which tests you want to have done.

Only currently enrolled University of Utah students are eligible to receive HIV,Chlamydia and Gonorrhea testing and to meet with health care providers.

Trained counselors are on hand to answer questions and make recommendations for treatment of HIV.
In the event of a positive test for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea the counselors can make arrangements for you to receive free or low cost medication to treat the infection. They can also help make arrangements for you to meet with a health care provider if needed.

Two kinds of HIV tests are used at the Student Health Center – An oral swab that gives results within 20 minutes (only effective 6 or more weeks after exposure), and a blood test that is sent out to a lab for results in 2-3 days (effective 2 weeks or more after exposure). The mobile clinics offered by the Center for Student Wellness uses the oral swab test with results available in 20 minutes.

If you are experiencing symptoms, please make an appointment with a Student Health provider to best decide what type of testing would best help you. If you have a specific question please email the Center for Student Wellness or call the Student Health Center 801-581-6431.

Last Updated: 4/14/17