Student Health and Counseling Center
Fresno State students express a spectrum of sexual and gender identities. Our staff strives to be sensitive to and address the sexuality and gender concerns that our students bring.
If you feel we do not appropriately address your concerns, please let us know. You can provide your feedback using our online form or by contacting one of our Safe Zone Allies.
The Student Health and Counseling Center is now offering Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) treatment for HIV. For more information on PrEP, click here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. A student may indicate their preferred name on your student portal. This change will automatically upload to the Student Health and Counseling Center medical record.
Starting in Fall 2022, the Student Health and Counseling Center will provide hormone therapy. Please call 559.278.2734 or schedule an appointment online.
Family PACT is a state-funded program that provides some reproductive health services based on a person's birth sex. Eligibility for Family PACT is based on your self-reported income and family size, and your ability to become pregnant or cause a pregnancy. We ask that you fill out the Family PACT paperwork using your birth sex.
Family PACT may cover testing for sexually transmitted infections including HIV, and some parts of your physical exam if you are at risk for pregnancy or causing a pregnancy.
For more on Family PACT, click here.
Yes. 4th generation HIV testing is available at the Student Health and Counseling Center, along with testing for other sexually transmitted infections (STI). Most STI tests are available at no cost to students covered by the Family PACT program. For students who are not eligible for Family PACT, there is no charge for a screening HIV test. If the screening test is positive, there may be a charge for follow-up testing.
The Student Health and Counseling Center currently has one gender inclusive restroom located in the Wellness Resource Room.