STI Nurse Screening Clinic

In the event of a known HIV exposure, it's important to act quickly. Call the 24/7 Nurse Advice Line at 512-475-6877 (NURS) immediately for an evaluation regarding post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP). Remember, PEP is effective only within the initial 72 hours after exposure.

Student Services Building, 1.400

8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Monday - Friday


Meet Your Care Team

Services Provided

Asymptomatic (no symptoms) STI testing and treatment for:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Hepatitis B and C
  • HIV
  • Syphilis

Following CDC recommendations, screening is provided for these six infections because they often exhibit no symptoms, there are high quality and safe tests available, and if found positive, prompt treatment can positively impact both your health and the health of the community.

Incubation Periods

The time between infection and a positive test or between infection and symptoms is variable and depends on various factors. Many STIs may not exhibit any symptoms. The incubation time periods listed in this chart are averages only.


If you are experiencing STI symptoms and need assistance in scheduling an appointment with a UHS provider, please call 512-471-4955 to be seen in General Medicine or the Gynecology Clinic.

For questions or concerns, it is best to call the 24/7 Nurse Advice Line at 512-475-6877.

Screening Results

After your screening, expect to be notified of results in a timely manner. Negative results are generally relayed via your MyUHS/CMHC portal, while positive results are communicated through a personal phone call and or via secure message. In the case of a positive test, treatment arrangements will be made promptly.

Insurance and Confidentiality

At UHS, we prioritize maintaining your confidentiality regarding your insurance usage, especially when it comes to STI testing. Here are your insurance and billing options.

Sexual Health Resources

The clinic, along with the Longhorn Wellness Center, offers a range of sexual health resources, including free supplies, a safe space for questions and answers, and a strong commitment to gender-neutral care. This extends to our educational materials, ensuring sensitivity to all gender identities.

Students can also access our library of educational resources to learn about various sexually transmitted infections (STIs). These health topics and patient education materials provide reliable information to help students make informed decisions about their sexual health.