There are a variety of contraceptive (birth control) options available. Student Health Services providers can discuss contraceptive options and provide information about sexual health. Call to schedule an appointment to discuss your options.
Student Health Services can write prescriptions for all oral contraceptives (birth control pills), NuvaRing, Seasonale, Ortho Evra Patch, barrier methods, and Depo-Provera. Most prescriptions can be filled at a local pharmacy. Referrals can be given for students seeking the hormonal implant, IUD’s, and barrier method fittings. Emergency Contraception is available at Student Health Clinics. The patient is responsible for all fees.
Please select each type of contraceptive to learn more. Information provided by the Center for Young Women’s Health.
- Barrier Methods: Diaphragm, Cervical Cap, Contraceptive Sponge used with Spermicides
- Birth Control Pills
- Female Condoms or Male Condoms
- Fertility Awareness Based Methods
- Contraceptive Patch
- Hormonal Implants
- Hormonal Injections
- Intrauterine Devices (IUD)
- Vaginal Rings
Talk with your healthcare provider about the risks and benefits of each form of contraceptive to help determine the best choice for you.