The Florida State University

Sexual Health

Sexual health Q & A

Do you have questions regarding sexual health you'd like to discuss? Call 850-644-8871 for a free consultation

Health Promotion provides an open-minded and positive approach intended to support and help with your feelings and decisions about your sexuality.  A health educator is available to assist you with a variety of sexual issues, including:

  • HIV/AIDS and STDs/STI's (sexually transmitted infections)
  • contraception (including emergency contraception and condom use )
  • ways to make sex safer, more meaningful, and better
  • building intimacy in a relationship
  • becoming comfortable with your sexuality
  • how to talk to your partner about sex
  • ways to be intimate without having sex
  • Workshops for groups or appointments for individuals or couples are available.  All appointments are free and confidential.  For more information, call 850-644-8871.

Safer sex supplies


FREE condoms are available at University Health Services during our normal operating hours to all students and staff. Additional locations on campus include the Hispanic & Latino Student Union (HLSU), the Black Student Union (BSU), the Women’s Center and PRIDE. We offer Trojan, Lifestyle and Durex brands, female condoms and non-latex options.

Request for safer sex supplies

FSU student organizations may request a bulk of 50 condoms for specific events and initiatives. Please visit the Health Promotion office located on the 4th floor of University Health Services for more information.

HIV testing

Health Promotion provides free, confidential oral swab testing through certified HIV counselors from the Florida Department of Health. Confidential rapid HIV tests are also available for a nominal fee. Call Health Promotion at 644-8871 to schedule an appointment. In addition, blood tests can be performed in Health Promotion or in the Medical Clinics. Call 644-4567 to schedule an appointment

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