The Wellness Empowerment Center provides free HIV Testing for students, faculty, and staff in partnership with local community partners. Testing is performed using the INSTI® test which gives results in 60 seconds.
Come and get tested and learn about healthy relationships, safer sex, and the importance of making testing a part of your regular healthcare routine!
For more information or questions related to our Rapid - HIV Testing offerings, please email email@example.com
Free HIV Testing Dates
August 15th 10am-2pm in John Lewis Student Center: Piedmont Room
September 13th 11am-2pm Tech Walkway North (Rain Location is John Lewis Student Center: Piedmont Room )
September 26th 10am-2pm Tech Walkway North (Rain Location is John Lewis Student Center: Piedmont Room )
October 11th 10am-2pm Tech Walkway North (Rain Location is John Lewis Student Center: Castle Berry Room )
October 24th 10am-2pm Tech Walkway North (Rain Location is John Lewis Student Center: Castle Berry Room )
November 7th 11am-2pm Tech Walkway North (Rain Location is John Lewis Student Center: Castle Berry Room )
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I get tested?
Getting tested is important if you respect yourself and your partners. Getting tested helps you to have open, honest, and accurate conversations with sexual partners, which can deepen your relationship and intimacy.
How does getting tested contribute to a health relationship?
Open and honest communication and mutual respect are important aspects of healthy relationships. Getting tested together facilitates dialogue and builds trust between you and your partner. Taking the steps to address healthy sexual decision making together shows that you value your health and your partner's health.
What does the HIV test involve?
The rapid HIV test involves a quick finger prick to get a blood sample and that is it! Results will be ready in just a few minutes.
How long does it take to get tested?
It will take approximately 5 minutes to take the test and receive your results.
Will the test be confidential?
Yes, all testing is confidential. AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s certified HIV testing counselors provide free, confidential testing. Georgia Tech will not receive any information regarding your status.