Students are able to request male condoms, XL male condoms, latex free condoms, and dental dams all for FREE! This confidential service will send these barrier methods to the students on or off campus address after completion of a survey.

Get Tested (STD’s/STI’s)

Why get tested?

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), also known as Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), affect millions of college-aged students each year. Fortunately, most STIs are curable and treatable! However, damage done from failing to treat STIs is often irreversible. It’s important to get tested after every new sexual partner, when you have had unprotected sex, or if you feel you may have been exposed.

Will anyone else find out?

For individuals over the age of 18, medical information is kept confidential between health care providers and patients including the results of STD testing.

For individuals under 18, information regarding the results of an STD test is kept confidential between health care providers and patients. However, involving your parent/guardian is strongly encouraged when making health care decisions.

Where can I get tested?

LVHN-P ExpressCare

  • ESU side provides free STI testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea
  • 200 E Brown St. East Stroudsburg, PA 18301
  • (272) 762-4378

NovusACS Stroudsburg

  • Provides free STI/D testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and HIV
  • 28 N 7th St. Stroudsburg, PA 18360
  • (570) 599-8699

PA Department of Health

  • Provides free STI/D testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and HIV
  • 1972 West Main St. Suite 102 Stroudsburg, PA 18360
  • (570) 424-3020

Healthy Relationships

Relationships aren’t always easy to maintain. College opens the door for all kinds of new relationship challenges such as roommate issues, casual dating, serious dating, friendships, and sex. These various relationships can provide a great deal of comfort and support during your college years, but they can also be a source of confusion and stress at times. Four key components of healthy relationships include effective communication, established expectations, conflict resolution, and respected boundaries.


Both people in the relationship need to be able to express positive and negative feelings, complaints, and affection.

  • Do not make assumptions about the other person's feelings or motives
  • Do not assume that the other person knows how YOU feel.
  • Talk directly with the other person about your needs


Both people need to be on the same page about what they want from the relationship.

  • Agree on how much time spent together and how you will spend it
  • Be aware of the other person's needs and interests


In all relationships, there are times when communication breaks down, which leads to conflict.

  • Healthy relationships are able to resolve conflict effectively
  • Conflict often leads to stronger relationships as a result


Both people need to be clear about what is okay and not okay in the relationship.

  • Clearly state any limits that you have for the relationship
  • Say no when you are asked to do something that makes you uncomfortable
  • Set limits with the other person's behavior

Additional Resources for Sexual Health

Contact Us

The Wellness Education & Prevention office is open between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. in the Flagler-Metzgar Center. If there are any questions regarding programming, upcoming events, or general health questions feel free to contact Brittany Powers.

If you have experienced sexual assault and need crisis support, please call Women’s Resources of Monroe County, Inc, at (570) 421-4200 or the National Sexual Assault Hotline at (800) 656-HOPE (4673) or visit their 24/7 chat.

Contact Information

Campus Address
Sycamore Suites, Lower level, 025
(570) 422-3298
Title of Department Leader
Director, Wellness Education & Prevention
Brittany Powers