The objective of this project is to increase the number of students getting tested to identify persons who may be at increased risk of becoming infected with HIV, or if already infected, to prevent them from spreading the virus to others on the campus of North Carolina Central University (NCCU) or spreading HIV in the community at large. This campus initiative will also serve as a method to break the stigma of HIV testing and encourage students to get tested for HIV and other Sexual Transmitted Infections (STI) at NCCU’s Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS). North Carolina Central University’s Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) is a member of the American College Health Association. A multidisciplinary staff of doctors, nurse-practitioners, registered nurses, psychologists, counselors, pharmacists, medical technologist, and health educators, provide a comprehensive approach to meeting the health needs of their population. SCHS provides an environment that lessens the judgment and embarrassment students may experience when getting tested.