If you are a student, chances are very good that you could be getting these birth control services at absolutely no cost to you:
Birth control--the pill, the shot, and the ring.
Family planning education
Birth control related exam & laboratory services
You can enroll at SCSU Student Health Services if you:
Are a registered SCSU/SCTCC Student
Are between 15 and 50 years of age
Are a Minnesota resident
Are a U.S. citizen
Are not pregnant
Are not enrolled in Medical Assistance (MA), MinnesotaCare, or another state-funded program
Earn no more than the monthly income limits below
Monthly Income Limit
1 person (you)
1 person (you + child)
The income limit is your gross monthly wages before taxes are taken out of your paycheck. If you are a student, your parent's income and any other health insurance is not a factor in determining your eligibility.
How to Enroll
Email the MFPP Coordinator at email@example.com to schedule an appointment. You must bring the following information with you to the scheduled appointment time.
Proof of your income, if you are employed.
Last 30 days worth of paystubs. OR
Letter from your employer verifying your monthly wages.
Proof of citizenship
A copy of your birth certificate OR
Immigration documents are accepted in place of a birth certificate.