Locate books with these call numbers at Willis and Sycamore Libraries, GOVT Online Resources, and UNT Online Resources. Physical materials can be checked out at one of our service desks or through our self-check machines for complete privacy.
Family, including Marriage, AFAB Role, Family Size, Family Planning, Birth Control, & Abortion
Gender Identity and Love, Erotica Stories, and Sadism, Masochism, Fetishism in Kink Culture
Gynecology and Obstetrics, including Pregnancy, Reproductive Technology and In Vitro, Ovulation, Embryo and Fetus Health, Miscarriage, AFAB Organ Diseases, and Urogynecology
Gynecology and Obstetric, Contraception, Birth Control, and AFAB Sterilization
Gynecology and Obstetrics, relating to Diseases
Human Reproduction including AFAB Health & Reproductive Politics & Rights
Law and Legislation of Human Reproduction
Personal Health and Cleanness, Sexual Health, and Toxic Shock Syndrome
Physiology of Sex and Reproduction, including Menstruation, Pre-Menstruation, and Functions of Uterus, Cervix, and Ovaries
Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Fetal Health
Research for Reproductive Success
*AFAB (Assigned Female at Birth has replaced women/woman in subject headings
The Food Pantry has toiletries and menstrual care products available.
The Condom Club program in the Meadows Center for Health Resources provides free safer sex kits each week to enrolled UNT students. Students can pick up the safer sex kits from Chestnut Hall 301 Monday through Thursday 8 am to 5 pm and Fridays 9:30 am to 5 pm. Condom Club program is not available during University holidays and other closures. The Condom Club is not a registered student organization at UNT.
The Meadows Center for Health Resources sponsors the Conversation, a peer health education student organization, to assist with educating the UNT community about health issues. The Conversation’s vision is to create a college experience that is positive, safe, and healthy for all students at UNT to reach their intellectual, psychological, social, cultural, and spiritual potential while maintaining their physical health. The Conversation focuses on delivering up-to-date relevant information to the UNT community delivered by trained UNT students. The Conversation is made up of a diverse group of UNT students who are trained by our certified health educator in an area of interest, which includes smoking cessation, violence, sexual health, healthy relationships, body image, nutrition, wellness, and fitness. Through specialized training, weekly meetings, hands-on experiences in program & event planning, social marketing, and leadership development, peer educators engage fellow students in health awareness campaigns and wellness events to improve the overall health of the UNT community.
The Meadows Center for Health Resources provides more than just one-on-one services. Student groups, classrooms, and student organizations can invite the Meadows Center to provide programming on a wide variety of health and wellness issues. All programs are free and can include risky behaviors, sexual assault and dating violence, nutrition, fitness, wellness, sexual responsibility, sexually transmitted infections, stress management, birth control, women's health and more! For more information call (940) 565-2787. To request a program, please complete a MCHR Program Request Form. Please keep in mind that the Health Educators facilitate programming all over the campus for many different departments, organizations, and staff/faculty, so have multiple dates in mind when requesting a program.
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