Want To Visit Us?
Do you have a reason you need to visit the Office for Wellness and Health Promotion? There are several ways you can come see us!
Student Resource Center
The Student Resource Center is a place you can just drop in and visit. No appointment is necessary!
Make An Appointment
For more personalized attention with an appointment…
Confidential HIV Testing
In September 2006, the CDC released Revised Recommendations for HIV Testing of Adults, Adolescents and Pregnant Women in Health Care Settings. These revised recommendations advise routine HIV screening of adults, adolescents and pregnant women in health care settings in the United States.
Because HIV crosses the boundaries of sexual orientation, gender, age and ethnicity, risk-based testing fails to identify many people with HIV. Therefore, the CDC recommends HIV screening for everyone in all health care settings.
According to these guidelines, as of May 15, 2015, the Office for Wellness and Health Promotion will no longer be providing Anonymous HIV Testing. Please schedule an appointment with the Engemann Student Health Center medical clinic for confidential testing. For more information about this test at the health center, visit the Confidential HIV Testing page.
For information on testing sites outside of USC, please see this list of HIV Testing Sites.