Safer Sex Supplies

Please complete this request form to obtain a safer sex supply kit. 

URecFit and Wellness is dedicated to providing sexual health education and reducing the transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). In partnership with the Maryland Department of Health (MHD), we provide STI prevention education and free safer sex supplies, such as external/internal condoms, lubricant, and dental dams.

When used consistently and correctly, condoms can reduce the risk of STIs. Yet, only 64.6 percent of graduate students reported using a condom or other protective barrier during their last instance of sexual activity, according to the American College Health Association’s National College Health Assessment 2018 survey. Many states including Maryland have implemented condom availability programs in schools, and research has shown that these programs improve condom usage among young adults.

Consent is BAE (before anything else).

Clear communication is vital to the health of any relationship, especially sexual interaction. Healthy relationships talk about boundaries, desires, and sex. Learning to set boundaries is a key skill set that everyone must learn and be clear about. Ask permission every time and wait to hear a clear and sober “YES” before any sexual activity. Remember, sex without consent is sexual assault.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

Who can request safer sex supplies? 

UMB students are eligible to participate in this program. Also, offices that support student health and well-being are eligible to request safer sex supplies.

How do students request condoms? 

Students may complete this request form for safer sex supplies. We will respond to you within one week with information about picking up requested safer sex kits.  

Who will supply condoms for the program? 

The Maryland Department of Health will supply condoms to URecFit and Wellness. 

Will there be a cost to UMB students? 

There is no cost to the student. Condoms will be provided for free to UMB students.

Where can I find more information about condom use and safe sex practices? 

The Wellness team will be able to answer any specific questions regarding safer sex supplies. Also, find more information on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

Where are UMB policies on sexual assault policies and laws? Where can I report sexual misconduct? 

University of Maryland, Baltimore Sexual Assault Policy and Laws:

Report Sexual Misconduct

To report an incident of sexual misconduct, please contact a member of the Title IX Compliance Team directly or file a report (anonymously if desired) through the UMB Ethics Point Hotline: Dial toll-free: 866-594-5220, or report online at Hotline. In case of emergency, please contact the local police at 911 or Campus Police at 711 (internal) or 410-706-3333 (external).