Sexual Health Resources

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Condoms on Campus

Condoms are available at several places on the UCO campus. If students are in need of condoms and are unable to purchase them, they may see the following places on campus.

  • OU Physicians Health & Wellness Clinic (inside UCO Wellness Center)
  • UCO Wellness Center: Front Desk & Room 202B
  • Women’s Outreach Center: NUC 113
  • Center for Counseling & Well-Being: NUC 402
  • Campus Activities: NUC 424E
  • Director of Gender & Sexuality Studies: LAR 202C

If your department has condoms available for students and you are not on this list, please contact Alex Russell at arussell22@uco.edu and we will get you on the list!

OU Physicians Health & Wellness Clinic

Open to UCO students, faculty, staff and community members, the OU Physicians Health & Wellness Clinic provides comprehensive primary care, including immunizations, annual wellness exams, sports physicals and the treatment of general illnesses and injuries, among other services. The clinic is located in the UCO Wellness Center at 100 N. University Drive in Edmond. It is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Students, staff and members of the public can make appointments by calling 405-974-3161.

UCO Healthy Campus

UCO Healthy Campus collaborates with stakeholders in the campus community to ensure that our campus is optimally organized to support, strengthen and enhance health, empowering students and employees to achieve, learn, work and serve.

The UCO Healthy Campus Leadership Team consists of students, faculty, staff, university departments and community agencies that are working together to create a healthier campus. The Leadership Team consists of work groups that are based on campus health priority areas including physical activity and nutrition, mental health and well-being, sexual health and environmental health.

For more information on the UCO Healthy Campus Leadership Team, contact Alex Russell at arussell22@uco.edu

Health Promotion

The UCO Health Promotion office aims to empower individuals and communities to change their lifestyle and move toward a state of optimal health. Health promotion efforts include education and training, social marketing, community development, environmental support, and policy development. For more information about UCO Health Promotion, contact Alex Russell at arussell22@uco.edu.

Women’s Outreach Center

The Women’s Outreach Center celebrates women’s achievements, explores the role plays in human experience and provides resources for women as they empower themselves and each other.

The WOC is located in the Nigh University Center Room 113. For more information about the WOC, please email woc@uco.edu

UCO Peer Health Leaders

The UCO Peer Health Leaders are students who combine their specialized training in health education and wellness with a desire to make a difference on campus. PHLs educate on a wide variety of health topics and campaigns on campus such as: nutrition, physical activity, sexual health, stress management, alcohol/tobacco/drugs, men’s health, women’s health, healthy relationships and body image.

For more information about the PHLs, contact Alex Russell at arussell22@uco.edu

UCO NOW

The National Organization for Women at UCO focuses on equality for all. NOW works to eliminate discrimination and harassment, secure reproductive rights for all women, end violence against women, eradicate racism, sexism and homophobia, and promote equality and justice.

For more information, contact Alex Russell at arussell22@uco.edu. 

Plan B on Campus

The morning after pill, Aftera, is now available in Outtakes on campus in the Nigh University Center, second floor and on the first floor of the Max Chambers Library. The emergency contraceptive is used to reduce the change of pregnancy after unprotected sex (if a contraceptive failed or if you did not use birth control). Do not use if you are already pregnant (because it will not work) or as the regular birth control.

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