GYT- Get Yourself Tested

GYT- Get Yourself Tested is a campaign encouraging CSU students to get tested and treated for STDs to protect their health and that of their partners.  The GYT campaign highlights the idea that preventing, testing for, and treating STDs is very straightforward.

March 21 – April 15, 2022
By appointment only.  Call 970-491-7121. 
Cost: $20 (includes chlamydia and gonorrhea urine test only)
  • These tests typically cost about $190.
  • All GYT tests are confidential.
  • Please avoid using the restroom for at least one hour prior to your visit.

You got tested…now what?
  • Your results will be available for you to view through the Student Health Portal within 48-72 hours after your test.
  • Remember that most STD’s do not have symptoms.  This is why getting tested after every sexual partner is recommended. Testing helps keep you and your partner(s) safe and lowers the spread of STDs.
  • Condoms/dental dams help prevent STDs.  Consider using one of these barriers 100% of the time, with 100% of partners, from start to finish.
  • Check out the sexual health resources below to help keep your sexual health in check.

Free Condoms on Campus

CSU Health Network offers free condoms to students at numerous locations around the CSU Health and Medical Center, as well as around campus.

CREWS Peer Education

GYT wouldn’t be possible without the help of CREWS Peer Educators.  CREWS is devoted to increasing positive health behaviors and perceptions, as well as supporting harm reduction among the student body at CSU through non-judgmental initiatives.

HIV Screening

Learn more about getting a free, at-home HIV screening kit.


Sexual Health Information

Learn more about reliable information on STIs, including definitions, facts, and testing information.

Sexual Health Resources at CSU

For additional sexual health information, as well as sexual health resources at CSU.