Sexual Health Information

Student Heath Services guide to comprehensive contraception provides easy to understandreliable information about all contraceptive types including: 

  • How to use it 
  • How it works 
  • How effective it is 

Meet Nurse Practitioner Nicole Schudlo, who will be your guide through an informative contraceptive mini-series.  Choose which contraceptive you want to learn more about by clicking on one of the videos below.

What is contraception?

Condoms

Patch

Contraceptive Ring

Intrauterine Contraception

Injectable Contraceptives

Oral Contraceptives

Questions?

Are you wondering “How do I get contraceptives?”

“How do I know which contraceptive is right for me?” 

Call Student Health Services  at (905) 688-5550 x3243 and make an appointment with Nurse, Stephanie Maccormack or email smaccormack@brocku.ca

Stephanie can answer your contraceptive related questions and help find the right one for you! 

STI Testing

Drop-In STI Testing

Available for Brock students.

Date/Time: Wednesday 12noon to 3:30pm.
Location: Thistle, lower level, TH117B (Lower level Market Hall, entrance next to the elevator, down the hall from The Hub).

Free and confidential.
No health card is required.

Here’s what you can expect:

  • Arrive at the TH117B.
  • You will be greeted by one of our Wellness Peers.
  • A Public Health Nurse will have a one-on-one conversation with you.
  • You can get tested for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea, HIV and Syphilis.
  • Tests are either urine or a blood test with the nurse.
  • Your results will be sent to you via your phone (either text or call).