HIV & Other STI Testing

HIV Testing

Michigan State University students have two testing options at Olin Health Center. MSU faculty & staff are eligible for Free & Anonymous HIV testing through Health Promotion Services. Free & Anonymous Testing has been temporarily halted due to COVID-19 changes on-campus.

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The Benefits of Knowing Your Status

  • Knowing your HIV status will help you to reduce the risk of transmitting the virus to others.
  • Knowing your HIV status can alleviate the stress and anxiety of thinking that you may be infected but not knowing your actual HIV status. 
  • If you test negative for HIV, you can make decisions and take steps that will help you remain HIV negative.
  • If you test positive for HIV, you can seek medical treatment earlier. Early medical treatment can slow the progress of HIV and delay the onset of AIDS. Pregnant women who test positive for HIV can take action to prevent their baby from becoming infected with HIV

STI Screening

Testing for additional Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) is available in the Primary Care and Women's Health Clinic at Olin Health Center.


To schedule an appointment with Primary Care or Health Education, please call: (517) 353-4660


For more information, please visit our Sexual Wellness Resource page.