Emergency Contraceptive Pill (ECP)

The Emergency Contraceptive Pill (ECP) can prevent a pregnancy when used soon after a single act of unprotected sexual intercourse/activity or following failure of birth control (e.g. the condom breaks, missed pills).

ECP can be taken up to 120 hours (the sooner the better) following intercourse.  It is important to note that this is not 100% effective in preventing pregnancy and offers NO protection against sexually transmitted infections.  The Emergency Contraceptive Pill is available at the Health & Wellness Centre.

Students can call and speak to one of the nurses to discuss ECP options.  If the Health & Wellness Centre is closed please visit your nearest pharmacy and request the Emergency Contraceptive Pill.

For more information about the various types of Emergency Contraception, please visit What's Next For Me.

Proper use of condoms can be a very effective form of birth control if used properly. 

External Condom -  instruction video developed by our Sexual Health Team

Internal Condom - instruction video developed by our Sexual Health Team