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Emergency Contraception Options

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  1. Walgreens at Vaden Health Center: $39.99+tax (generic Take Action) M-F 9 am–12:30 pm and 1 pm-5 pm; closed weekends and holidays

  2. Vaden Health Center: Free with prescription from a doctor, with most insurance plans (schedule an appointment with Vaden Medical Services)

  3. Vending Machine in Old Union (All Gender Restroom #114): $25 *During open building hours only: 8 am-12 am 7 days a week

On campus vending machine

Emergency contraception can be purchased on campus in the All Gender restroom #114 in Old Union.  This vending machine accepts credit cards and the cost is $25. 

Bathroom doors in the Old Union building

The restroom is located on the first floor of Old Union.

Picture of a bathroom door
Food vending machine

There is a vending machine with snacks right next to the door to the restroom with the Vengo machine as nausea can be one side effect of emergency contraception.

The Vengo machine distributes external condoms and ibuprofen in addition to the My Way (levonorgestrel) emergency contraceptive tablet.

Exterior shot of the vending machine
Information about the Confidential Support Team is advertised on the machine.

Emergency contraception ("Take Action") can also be purchased at the Walgreens at Vaden for $39.99 (price subject to change). If a student has any ACA insurance, it is free with a prescription from a doctor at Vaden, which means it would not be anonymous.

Additionally, emergency contraception can be purchased off-campus at local drug stores and even online, although it is most effective when taken as soon as possible (up to 72 hours after sex).  There is no legal age restriction for access to emergency contraception.

Find more information about emergency contraception on Vaden's website.