Contraception helps prevent pregnancy and our clinicians can help students find a method that works for their bodies and sexual health goals.
Whether you’re interested in pills, diaphragms, patches, the implant, intrauterine devices (IUDs) or have no idea what to choose, we can help you figure out what the best option is for you!
Health Services clinicians can prescribe the pill, patch, and diaphragm and can work with you to refer you to a local practitioner if you decide to pursue an implant or IUD.
Appointments are comprehensive and confidential.
Call (802) 443-3290 to schedule your appointment.
The morning-after pill is a form of emergency contraception available to help reduce the risk of pregnancy after unprotected vaginal intercourse and is available for purchase through Health Services for $18 or over the counter at local drug stores (at a higher cost) .
Unintended pregnancy can happen if no birth control was used, there were missed oral contraceptives, condom slippage or breaks, or there was vaginal intercourse that was not consensual.
Call a nurse at (802) 443-3290 to make an appointment or to ask questions. At the appointment, a nurse will help assess your risk for pregnancy and answer any questions or concerns you may have. An appointment can also be scheduled if you are interested in discussing contraceptive options, STI screening. If you are concerned about non-consensual sexual contact, please request an appointment with a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) who can provide trauma-informed support, STI screenings and prophylaxis, discuss options for reporting and support, and collect forensic evidence if you so choose.