Sexual and Reproductive Health Services

Sexual and Reproductive Health Flyer Page 1 PDF File Sexual and Reproductive Health Flyer Page 2 PDF File
Clinical Services

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Contact Health Services to schedule an appointment; walk-ins also welcome. See eligibility and fees for related costs.

Medical Services 

  • Acute Care Medical Clinic  
  • Telehealth and In-person appts  
  • Primary care
  • Family PACT 
  • Long-acting reversible contraception (LARC)  
  • Medication Abortion (MAB) (SB 24 - College Student Right to Access Act)  

    • Health Services clinical assistance and referrals (on and off campus)  
    • 24/7 After-hours advice line* (coming soon)
    • Price ranges $50-$100 with resources available for students who need financial assistance


Laboratory Services 

  • Pregnancy testing  
  • STI testing  
    • HIV  
    • Chlamydia  
    • Syphilis  
    • Gonorrhea  
  • PAP exam  








Discounted Pharmacy Services

  • Birth Control
  • Emergency Contraception  
  • PrEP medication*  




Titanwell Health promotion services

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  • Sexual Health Awareness Group (SHAG)  
  • Presentations (request form) and 1-on-1 Consultations (call 657-278-2851 for an appointment)  
    • Pregnancy options consultations*  
    • STI prevention education  
    • Barrier/contraceptive options  
    • Hygiene demonstrations  
    • Sexual and relationship communication skills  

Sexual violence prevention and advocacy services

  •   Confidential resource for students/faculty/staff that have been impacted by sexual assault, dating/relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, gender-based violence, and related experiences  
  • Advocacy services include: safety planning; supportive measure requests; information & accompaniment to Title IX, UPD/local police, admin appointments, medical appointments, and legal/court processes
  • Sexual violence prevention education provides workshops, presentations, programming for the CSUF community

Schedule a meeting with a Campus Confidential Advocate or email for more details.

Medication abortion (Mab) information

MAB flow chart























Accessing MAB at Health Services 

Steps 1 & 2: Concerned about a pregnancy?

Steps 3 & 4: Confirm Pregnancy.   

Step 5: A discussion with clinical provider will occur. Use a pregnancy due date calculator to determine how far along you are in your pregnancy.   

  • If the pregnancy is less than 10 weeks/70 days, MAB appointment scheduled with a clinical provider.  
  • If the pregnancy is 71 days or more, clinical provider will discuss off-campus referrals.  

Step 6: If MAB is chosen, the clinical provider will explain medication steps.  

Step 7: A referral to CAPS offered, if needed.  

Step 8: Clinical staff will follow up with you to see how you’re doing. A follow-up appointment will be scheduled 1-2 weeks after you take the medication to confirm it was successful.  

Medication Abortion (MAB) Frequently Asked Questions

MAB FAQ1 v2 PDF File MAB FAQ2 v2 PDF File


Additional Resources 

Pregnancy Options  

Early Abortion Options PDF File  

Planned Parenthood in-clinic abortion procedure  

Facts on Mifepristone and Misoprostol PDF File

Taking Mifepristone and Misoprostol