#SacStateSays: Why do or don’t you use Sac State’s offered contraceptives?


Kameron Schmid

Condoms, monthly birth control prescriptions and emergency contraceptives are offered at The WELL and will soon be available in a 24-hour access vending machine located on campus. So what do students at Sac State think of the contraceptives offered on campus, and do they use them? We asked and invite you to answer as well by using the hashtag #SacStateSays on social media.

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