Source: Bacchus Peer Education Network
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Question: What if I submitted an order a week ago for free sex supplies and it never came in? Isn't it 2-3 days?
Reply: Apologies for the inconvenience! We do not fill orders that are unreasonable in quantity or are suspect. For example, that request for one female condom to be sent to your buddy that you submitted at 2am isn't going to get filled. This is a service we provide for free to students in hopes of creating a safer, healthier campus but to continue this service, it must be used respectfully. If you submitted a legitimate request that hasn't come to your campus mailbox in a few days, be patient. Give us another few days then submit the request again. Thanks for understanding!
Question: Can you send a free pregnancy test to my mailbox?
Reply: Unfortunately we can't provide free pregnancy tests through campus mail. However, pregnancy tests are easy to obtain both on and off campus. If a student prefers to go off campus and purchase an "at home" pregnancy test, they are available at local drug stores, grocery stores, at Target, and at Walmart and range in cost from about $8-$20.
If students wish to remain on campus or to see a healthcare provider, they can make an appointment at RN Ellington Health Center by calling 336-278-7230 or they may also walk in without an appointment. Students can request a pregnancy test by writing "pregnancy test" on the blue form that all students fill out when checking in at the reception desk. At the health center, a pregnancy test (urine HCG - HCG is a hormone produced during pregnancy) is $13 and is not billed to insurance.
Urine tests or home pregnancy tests are around 97% accurate when done correctly.
Source: American Pregnancy Association