STD screening and testing includes gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, syphilis, HPV (warts), trichomonas, and genital herpes.

Testing is typically done with a urine sample, blood test, or swab. Results are available about a week after testing. There may be fees for testing if you choose not to use insurance. Here is a list of tests and fees.

If you are experiencing any type of symptom (burning with urination, pain or discomfort in the genital area, sores or lesions in the genital area, unusual genital discharge) or if you have been informed that you were exposed to an STD, schedule a time to come in and talk to a provider. Testing and possible prophylactic treatment options will be discussed. Most STDs are treated with antibiotics, available at Health Service for free. 

After unprotected sexual contact with an infected partner, it will take about two weeks for an STD to show up on a test. If you are tested before two weeks after an unprotected encounter, your results may not be accurate. 

On the first Wednesday of every month during the semester, walk-in screenings for gonorrhea and chlamydia are only $10. This testing is for anyone who does not have current symptoms or who has not been exposed to an STD. A $10 testing fee will be billed to your student account as a wellness visit. Walk-in clinic hours are 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss testing, please call 724-357-2550, email, or walk in to talk to a provider. All visits to the Health Service are completely confidential.