The Women's Research and Resource Center, along with campus partners including the Klotz Student Health Center, The University Corporation, the University Student Union, The F Word, the Masters of Social Work department and Associated Students, has launched the first Wellness Vending Machine in the CSU system. It is located in the Sol Center, USU.
What does it carry?
Emergency Contraceptive (ECP)
Why a Wellness Vending Machine?
To provide students access to much-needed health & wellness resources in a timely manner, at a competitive price and flexible hours. At the local pharmacy, My Way typically costs $50. The vending machines carry them for $25.
Is Emergency Contraception Legal?
YES! My Way ECP is approved for Over the Counter sale for any person, regardless of age. My Way can prevent pregnancy, but should not be used if you are already pregnant.
Do other universities have wellness machines?
YES! Several universities around the country provide ECP via vending machines with positive results. CSUN is the first CSU to implement this resource!