It started with an idea from a former student Senator. 21-year-old Parteek Singh made the vending machine part of his election platform in 2015.
He worked for two years to get the vending machine installed.
Singh says only four universities in the nation sell emergency contraceptives in a vending machine. Some offer them in their pharmacies.
Students can buy condoms, tampons and lubricant, along with the morning-after "Plan B" emergency contraception pill. The vending machine sells the morning-after pill for $30
The vending machine, located in the activities and recreation center, also offers products like Advil and Tylenol.