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Updated: August 2011

Sexual Health

The goal of Sexual Health Education through McKinley Health Center is to provide information and support to students, allowing them to be sexually healthy adults. Understanding that sexuality is an integral component of self, the program services are designed to enable students to make decisions and modify behaviors to positively impact their health, academic success, and over all well-being.

Sexual Health topics include but are not limited to: inability to orgasm, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, STD prevention and risk reduction, sexual desire, birth control, sexual orientation, and healthy relationships.

Condoms, latex barriers, lubricants, pregnancy tests, yeast medication and other over-the-counter supplies are available at no cost at the Health Resource Centers to registered students who have paid their health service fee.

See the Sexual Health Resource Page for more Sexual Health information.

  Individual Appointments

McKinley's Sexual Health Educator is available to speak with individuals and couples about sexual health concerns.  Appointments are confidential.  To schedule an appointment with a sexual health educator, call Health Education at 333-2714.

  Outreach Programs

Sexual Health workshops are available for residence halls, cultural organizations, Greek chapters, academic classes, and Registered Student Organizations (RSO's).

  Educational Materials

McKinley maintains a variety of health information handouts addressing sexual health and relationships.  Visit McKinley's list of available handouts on our Web site, or cal the sexual health educator for more information

  Sexual Health Peers

Sexual health programming is also conducted in conjunction with the Peer Education Program through Sexual Health Peers.


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