Sexual Health

At UQ Union, we believe it's important that you have access to information, resources and services that put you in control of your sexual health.
At UQ Union, we believe it's important that you have access to information, resources and services that put you in control of your sexual health.

Free Confidential Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Testing

UQ Union in partnership with the UQ Health Promotion Project (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) will recommence the STI testing program at the St. Lucia and Gatton Campus this September (10/09/20).

Testing will be provided for Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, HIV and Syphilis.  This service is free of charge to all UQ students (Domestic and International). 

Testing will be provided by RAPID, an independent community health service. You will also have an opportunity to access sexual health information and ask questions but you only need to discuss what you feel comfortable discussing.

Your personal information and results will not be shared without your permission and bookings are not required. Just turn up at the times below.

  • St Lucia: UQU Reception Level 4, Union Building (Building 21) every Thursday from 10am-1pm (starting Sept 10 )

  • Gatton: UQU Reception, Morrison Hall every Monday from 10am-1pm (starting Sept 14)


Confidential. No judgement. No Cost. No needles. Quick. Pain free.

 

Getting Further Advice and Support

In Australia, all people regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, cultural background, religion, sexuality, marital status or visa status have a right to access confidential sexual and reproductive health care.  Sometimes speaking about this stuff can be uncomfortable, embarrassing or scary and this is normal. But remember these services are here to help you stay happy and healthy. Below are local services and useful websites with information in different languages about sexual health.