Sexual Health

Your sexual health is an important part of your well-being and we're here to support that, even during the pandemic. Sexual health has many aspects and dimensions. Take a moment to explore the broad definition of sexual health, a lens offered by Options for Sexual Health.

Sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing, treatment, and information:

Unsure if you need testing? Feeling anxious or worried? Looking for sexual health information? We are here to support you in making informed and concensual decisions.

STI testing and sexual health information can be offered in person, by phone, or virtual appointment with a nurse or physician. 

You can also visit:

Looking for an STI test and don't want to come into the clinic?

If you have MSP, book a virtual appointment with a doctor or nurse, and we will fax your lab requisition to Lifelabs for urine and blood tests. Most STI tests can be done at a Lifelabs location, however some need to be done in person at a clinic. Your health care provider will discuss options with you at your appointment.
Note: we do not take blood for tests at our health clinics.
If you don't have MSP, you can still make an appointment and connect with us for testing or more information, or visit this website.
Always check with your health insurance provider as you may be eligible for reimbursement of funds for any lab costs. You may need to see a clinic physician to be eligible.

MSM/Trans students

Vaccines for Hep A/B/HPV are offered. Blood tests for Hep A may be required first. 

Prep/PEP can be prescribed by our doctors for free, if you are eligible, and the prescription can be picked up at our clinics.

Learn more about PrEP/PEP >

Medical tests and screening

Pap/Smear tests

A pap or smear test is used to screen and help diagnose precancerous conditions of the internal sexual and reproductive health organs (cervix, vagina, rectum). 

Anyone with a cervix between the ages of 25 and 69 should be screened for cervical cancer every three years. Read more about cervical cancer screening here.

Most types of internal genital cancers can be prevented by getting your HPV vaccine.

We are once again offering Gardasil-9 (HPV Vaccine) at $170.00/dose. This is a series of 3 doses recommended. Book an appointment with a nurse or speak to a nurse about any questions you may have by calling us at 778.782.4615. 

If you have not completed your HPV vaccine series, you may be eligible for a publicly funded vaccine. View our vaccine webpage for more information.

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) & Testing

Symptoms can include burning, pain or discomfort when you pass urine, and frequent urination. If you think you may have a UTI, make an appointment to see a doctor and have a urine test done in clinic or at LifeLabs.

Contraception and pregnancy

Starting April 1, 2023, PharmaCare will pay the full cost of many prescription contraceptives for BC residents with a prescription. Learn more

For general contraceptive options, please book an appointment with a doctor by calling our clinics.

  • IUD (consult/insertion/removal)
  • Nexplanon
  • Depo Provera
  • Oral contraceptives
  • Nuva Ring

The health clinics no longer sell oral contraceptives and Nuva Ring, but prescriptions are still available through a doctor's appointment, and the doctor will fax a prescription to your pharmacy. For more information about contraception, view this link.

Emergency Contraception

The Emergency Contraceptive Pill/Plan B can be used within 5 days of having unprotected sex. Plan B/Contingency costs $15.00 to $20.00 and is available in clinic. Note: due to Covid 19, supplies are limited.

The Emergency Contraceptive Pill/Plan B is available at most pharmacies without a prescription, and at OPT clinics.

Pregnancy Tests

Pregnancy testing is available by appointment in clinic. Pregnancy tests are also available at the SFSS Women's Centre, and can be mailed to you by request. See below for more info.

Pregnancy options can be discussed at an appointment with a doctor or nurse.

Sexual Violence Emergency Support

You can book a same-day appointment at our clinics. Call the front desk or contact the Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Office (SVSPO).

Safe sex supplies is available by mail through the SFSS Women's Centre for ALL gender-identities.

Sex supplies are free to current SFU/FIC students and all information is 100% confidential. Mailing program uses unmarked, padded packaging. 


  • Regular lubricated latex condoms
  • Latex-free condoms (only order latex-free if you have a latex allergy)
  • Internal latex free condoms
  • Plastic gloves (Nitrile)
  • Dental dams (Latex)


  • Water based lube
  • Silicon-based lube

Pregnancy Tests

  • Free pregnancy tests (2 per order)

Please email the Women's Centre for a complete list and to order:

Safe sex supplies can also be obtained from Out On Campus.

More resources:

Options for Sexual Health BC:

Provides access to quality sexual educational materials and general information, with a service number for questions.

Sex & U

Credible and reliable sexual education and information.

Smart Sex Resource

Provides sexual health education and resources with a focus on British Columbia. 

Health Initiative for Men (HIM)

Health Initiative for Men is a non-profit society that aims to strengthen the health and well-being of gay men.

Get Checked Online

Provides free and confidential online STI testing services provided by the BCCDC.

We provide trauma informed LGBTQIA2S+ gender-affirming care to support students’ diverse needs. Connect with an Access Case Manager at a Zoom drop-in for information about service options and providers, or make an appointment with Barb, Registered Nurse.