The George Washington University has failed to provide affordable and accessible emergency contraception to its students, and much of its failings have been a result of institutional policies that have blocked the addition of EC in vending machines on campus, prevented the Colonial Health Center from stocking it in the clinic, and barred the distribution by student organizations funded by the Center for Student Engagement.

While FBPlanB aims to combat the barriers of affordability and accessibility, the university can still do better.

Through this survey, we hope to gain more information about the need for emergency contraception on campus to present to the university to advocate for a change in the institutional policies that have created these barriers. All recorded answers will be anonymous unless you choose to reveal your name, and we will not track emails associated with responses.

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