Books, videos, pamphlets, and a file cabinet of information, plus referrals to other sources.
Confidential, non-judgmental place to share experiences, both good and bad, as well as to ask for help or just vent. As a safe space, our office is a gossip-free zone that does not tolerate hateful comments which includes racist, sexist, homophobic and size-oriented negative statements.
Working through the Associated Students is a wonderful way to gain valuable experience in a fun and welcoming environment. Whether you are interested in helping to maintain normal office operations, planning and implementing programs, providing event support, or just learning more about sex and sexuality, the SAC is a great place to try it! We also have work study positions for people who qualify. Contact us if you are interested.
We can connect you with a number of on- and off-campus resources relating to your concerns. These include the LGBTA, Women’s Center, Crime and Sexual Assault Services (CASAS), Planned Parenthood, Prevention and Wellness Services, Student Health Center, Evergreen AIDS Foundation, Sean Humphrey House, Whatcom Crisis Services, WWU Counseling Center and several other organizations for counseling, free and confidential HIV/STI testing, and low-cost health providers.
We have an assortment of free products in our office available to help you make safe decisions regarding your sexual health. Come in to pick up dental dams, gloves, water-based lubricant, and condoms (we offer non-latex, textured, micro-thin, colored, and sometimes glow in the dark!).