Contact Us

healthed@svsu.edu
(989) 964-4658

Director of Student Wellness Programs

Sara Martinez

Office

D 105

Hours

Office hours: Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 8am to 7pm & Wednesdays from 8am to 8pm.

If our office is closed but you need any of our resources, please contact Sara Martinez at 989-964-2292 to schedule an appointment or feel free to contact her at sjmarti2@svsu.edu or our Peer Health Educators at healthed@svsu.edu.

Latex League

What is it?

The Latex League is a campus program that provides safer sex supplies at discounted prices.  Condoms, dental dams, latex finger cots and lubricants can all be purchased at affordable prices.

 

How much does it cost to join?

Membership is FREE w/ your student ID!  To receive your exclusive Latex League membership card, you will attend a short (10 - 15 minute) educational presentation.  Once you have your card, you can stop in our office to purchase supplies.  The Peer Health Education staff believes that education is important in providing you with a foundation to make informed decisions.

 

Okay, so what do I get?

Condoms (Trojan & Lifestyles) 8 for $1
Magnums 4 for $1
Flavored condoms 5 for $1
Non-latex condoms 2 for $1
Silicon-based & water-based lubricant 5 for $1
Flavored lubricant 4 for $1
Dental Dam $1 each
Condom Pal $1 each
Finger cots 10 for $1

 

Where do I sign up?

 

Come see us in the Student Wellness/PHE Office in Doan 105.

 

Want to make it a group event?

Bring some friends and if your group is larger than 10 people, call us first to let us know you'll be coming.  We'll make sure to have the supplies ready!

Peer Health Educators can also come to your residence halls to present a program to provide in-depth knowledge on safer sex practices.  Every student who is present will get automatic membership to the Latex League and a goody bag with starter supplies!  See our request a program page!

 

Come on in and get yourself some discounted safer sex supplies!  Why?  You love a deal and you love your body enough to use protection.  That's why.