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FREE HIV Testing Today

KNOW YOUR STATUS... GET TESTED TODAY!

Testing is on a first come, first serve, sign-up basis for a time slot and you will receive a return slip. Bring return slip at your testing time. Free testing is supported by volunteers from various WKU Departments, Barren River District Health Department, Frankfort State HIV Testing Program and Matthew 25.

NOTE TO FACULTY & STAFF: If you are interested in sending your class through the HIV testing for extra credit as a whole group or as individuals, please notify Kathryn Steward at least 3 days before the scheduled date of testing. This will assure that there are enough tests and staffing to handle the volume of tests that will be required. You may notify Kathryn by phone (270) 745-5033 or email: kathryn.steward@wku.edu.
 

Arrive 10 minutes prior to your time, or your slot cannot be guaranteed.

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