OPEN’s Frisky Husky program delivers free external condoms, internal condoms, oral dams, and water-based lubricant right to your mailbox!

Frisky Husky orders are now open for the Summer 2024 semester. Click here to order. 

 If you need sexual health or other wellness supplies while Frisky Husky is closed, please visit the Wellness Vending Machine in the Marino Center Atrium.

Program goals:

  • Promote use of barrier methods (condoms and oral dams) during sexual activity
  • Reduce STI transmission rates and increase STI testing rates
  • Promote affirmative consent and boundary setting during sexual activity


Frisky Husky is currently limited to Northeastern students living in university housing, including students living in residence halls and Northeastern leased properties. Students may order up to 6 times during the semester. Students can expect to receive their order within 7-10 business days, and you will receive an email notification that your order is ready for pickup in your assigned mailroom.

All Northeastern students can also stop by the UHCS waiting room on the first floor of the Forsyth Building to take free external condoms. Click here to see UHCS hours and location. Students not eligible for the program are encouraged to check out our list of locations to get sexual health supplies in the Boston area.

Program idea courtesy of Boston University’s Wellness and Prevention Services.

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How to Order from Frisky Husky 

  • Please use your correct address. If you are not sure of your mailing address, please visit the mail services website for information on how to access your mailing address.
  • We have received some emails regarding incomplete orders, or students never receiving their orders. If you never received your order, please email [email protected]. We will put a replacement order through the mail system, or we can arrange a time for you to pick up your order in our office. We apologize for any inconveniences.
  • Please be patient. Orders may take up to seven to ten business days to arrive. 

Frisky Husky FAQs

Northeastern students who currently live in Northeastern University housing can place orders via Frisky Husky. There is no cost for placing orders: Frisky Husky supplies are free!

Living off-campus? Check out our list of locations to get sexual health supplies locally in Boston.

You can order free external condoms, internal (female) condoms, oral/dental dams, and water-based lubricant. Latex-free options are available if you or your partner(s) has a latex allergy.

Use this Frisky Husky Flowchart to determine which supplies are best for you:

Flowchart on what kinds of protection is needed for different sexual encounters.

For more information about the supplies available and how to use them, please see OPEN’s page on using barrier methods.

Click here to learn more about how to correctly use external and internal condoms, oral/dental dams, and lubricant.

Yes, latex-free sexual health supplies are available at no cost. If you or your partner(s) has a latex allergy, simply indicate that you would like latex-free supplies when filling out the order form. We currently offer non-latex condoms and non-latex oral dams; there is also information included about how to convert an external condom into a dental dam.

You may order from Frisky Husky up to six times during the fall semester. The six orders are self-paced, meaning you decide when during the semester you’d like to place each order.

Orders are now open for the Summer 2024 semester. Click here to access the order form.

Since we deliver sexual health supplies by mailing you a discreet package, it can take up to 5-7 business days for your supplies to arrive.

The package will arrive in a discreet opaque shipping bag such as the one shown here:

Frisky husky package

OPEN runs the Frisky Husky program. Our office’s services are confidential, meaning we do not share information about students’ utilization of Frisky Husky with parents, family members, academic advisors, professors, or anyone else outside of OPEN.

Looking for Sexual Health Information? 

Check our our Sexual Health 101 Canvas Module to learn about:

  • Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Barrier Methods
  • Contraception
  • Sexual Communication (consent, talking to partners, and digital communication)


For more information on Sexually Transmitted Infections, please see our Sexual Health Resources page for information on:

  • What to expect at an STI screening
  • STI testing locations