The Sexual Information Center is a student-run organization dedicated to sexual health justice through a three-fold mission: increasing access to sexual health/wellness resources; offering peer support for issues related to sexuality, including sexualized violence; and providing community education.
We offer a wide range of free and at-cost safer sex supplies (condoms, internal condoms, lube, dental dams, finger cots, gloves, toy cleaner), as well as pregnancy and UTI tests, and alternative menstrual supplies. We also offer free gender affirming products (binders, gaffs, packers), Plan B, and pads and tampons. Folks can also check out books from our growing library. Click here to learn more about our products, peer support/counseling services, our library, and our office hours.
Our trained staff members provide peer counseling and support on a wide range of issues, such as safer sex and risk reduction, pregnancy options, STIs, birth control, relationships, pleasure, sexualized violence/IPV, gender and sexual orientation identity, and more. And if we can't help you with what you need, we'll connect you to other groups, providers, or educational resources within our broad community network. Drop in during our office hours for impromptu peer support/counseling!
Learn more by checking out the "Our Services" page, or click below to schedule a counseling appointment.
FREE CLINIC RIDES
We provide FREE (yes, free) rides for any clinic visit or appointment related to sexual health, reproductive health, and/or gender affirmation. Our drivers provide confidential, compassionate, and non-judgmental transportation support. (Rides are contingent upon volunteer availability). Fill out the form and we'll get back to you ASAP!
The SIC teaches two courses through the ExCo program: SexCo I and II. SexCo I is a comprehensive sexuality education course covering topics such as gender, contraception, STIs, anatomy, abortion, pregnancy, consent, and sexualized violence. SexCo II builds off of the basics learned in SexCo I while focusing on the social and political implications of the subject matter, with the goal of agitating for justice. Roleplays, offered concurrently with the SexCo courses, is a semester-long counseling course which prepares students for peer support roles on- and off-campus. The SIC also facilitates educational programming such as workshops and community events.