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Request a Sex Well Workshop 

This workshop turns a difficult and sometimes uncomfortable topic of conversation into a fun game! This version of Jeopardy covers various sexual health topics, including contraception, condoms, STDs, HIV/AIDS, and random sexual health trivia.

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Join our NEW online sexual health program!

Was your high school sex education lacking important information? Do you still have lots of questions about sex? Or are you just looking to learn more about sex, relationships, and your sexual health? Campus Health has a program for you! We are launching a brand NEW, online sexual health program in Spring 2020 and you could be part of the pilot cohort! This 6-week self-help program will help you improve your sexual health and sexual relationships with information, tips, and resources emailed directly to you every week! We invite all Penn students to keep their lives safe and sexy by signing up for this exciting program!

REGISTER to be part of our 3 Week Spring Sex Well program cohort here! Registration closes Sunday, April 5th.

For more information, contact Rebecca Huxta (rhuxta@upenn.edu).

Health Promotion and Education


Campus Health strives to help Penn students understand, and be proactive in, their sexual wellness. Some of our programs include Sex Jeopardy, annual Sex Camp, and now, our new Sex Well online program. If you’re interested in hosting one of these programs for your college house, your student group, or just your friends, contact us using the button at the bottom of the page!

Check out our Sex Camp FAQ for more information about sexual wellness!

Disease Prevention


freecondoms Have you heard? Condoms are now available for FREE at Student Health. No appointment neccessary– head to SHS and “Just Ask” to see the cashier. For more information about our new condom distribution policy, please click here.

Health Policy


Fist.jpg The University of Pennsylvania seeks to foster a safe and healthy environment for all members of our community.  The Penn Women’s Center and Penn Violence Prevention are always a resource for those affected by sexual violence, dating violence, or stalking.