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On some campuses, students face extra barriers to accessing EC. These can include colleges and universities that are:
Students can help meet this need by confidentially providing free (or low-cost) EC to other students, communicating through hotlines and online forms. EC4EC has several students working on these programs across the country and they would love to share their insights with new campus groups.
Student activists on campuses such as Georgetown University, Hampton University, and Tulane University have developed peer-to-peer EC distribution programs so that they can provide EC directly to fellow students in a discreet and confidential way. Community groups across the country, including abortion funds and domestic violence shelters, participate in direct distribution.
If you think this model might be a good fit for your campus, here are some ways to get involved: