GET YOUR FREE HPV VACCINE ON CAMPUS
FREE HPV shots will be administrated Tuesday, Sept. 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the 2nd floor of Rogers Student Center.
HPV vaccine prevents cancers.
The HPV9 vaccine protects against 7 strains of human papillomavirus (HPV) that can cause cancer and 2 that cause genital warts.
- Your best defense: Get the HPV vaccination series.
It’s not too late for young adults and older teens.
- Doctors recommend HPV shots in adolescence, but remember:
- Males and females can get the shots until age 26.
- 3 shots are needed for full protection if you start getting them at age 15 or older.
- The vaccine will help even if you’ve been sexually active.
What to bring to the clinic:
- Your TJC student ID
- Your driver's license
- Save time in line – download and complete the Patient Consent Form and bring it with you!
✔ Human papillomavirus (HPV) affects most Americans — 80 percent of people become infected as teens or young adults.
✔ HPV that doesn’t clear up on its own can cause cervical, throat, anal, penile, and other cancers, and genital warts.
✔ The HPV vaccine protects against several strains of HPV that cause cancer and genital warts.
✔ Males and females (even those who’ve been sexually active) can get the HPV vaccine until age 26.
✔ 3 shots are needed for full protection if you start getting them after age 15.
Talk to your doctor or college health center about getting the HPV vaccination and any other shots you may need. Learn more about HPV here.