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The student health insurance compliance deadline is Wednesday, August 15, 2018. All new and returning students who are degree-seeking or in J-1 status must take action. Read more about health insurance requirements.

Men's Health

Healthy sexuality is an important concern for all men. Educating yourself about your sexual health and scheduling routine visits with a healthcare provider can help protect your overall health and wellbeing. Though the term “men's health” is used to define this healthcare service, it is suited for people with a penis and other male anatomy regardless of their gender identity.

All visits are confidential, professional, and treat a variety of men's health needs. Services available include:

  • Physical exams and other preventive health maintenance
  • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevention, testing and treatment
  • HIV prevention/testing/management/support (including PrEP prescriptions)
  • Consultation and treatment for concerns related to sexual functioning (early ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, trouble with orgasm, etc.)
  • Counseling/support for concerns related to sexual intimacy, sexual functioning, and sexual trauma
  • Gender services and support for transgender students and for those who are questioning their gender identity and/or are considering gender transition (medically or surgically).

Service Location

  • The Health Center for Student Care Uptown
  • The Health Center for Student Care Downtown

Additional Resources

LGBTQIA health care