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Free HIV Testing

The WKU Free OraQuick HIV Testing Program

Free HIV Testing is offered monthly by the WKU Health Education Department. Testing is discreet, anonymous, and painless. It involves a quick mouth swab conducted by trained professionals and results are available in 20 minutes. It is a first come, first serve sign-up for a time slot at the front desk of Health Services.

Do not eat 20 minutes before your scheduled testing time.

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

*To earn WellU credit, you must fill out a preventative care slip provided by your tester and drop it in the WellU box located at the check-out desk before you leave.

Testing Schedule 2013-2014 School Year:

All dates are on Tuesdays from 10:00am to 3:30pm at WKU Health Services.

September 24th

February 11th

October 15th

March 25th

November 12th

April 15th

December 3rd

May 6th

For additional information about this event please visit our Free HIV Testing page.

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