In college, practicing good sexual health is probably the most important thing you can do to keep yourself, your friends, your partners, your parents — everyone, safe and happy. That’s why more and more campuses are putting an emphasis on sexual health information and resources.
Condom company Trojan has been keeping track of schools across America, grading them on their sexual health commitment, and the 2015 list is here. Trojan placed grades on schools by looking at things like outreach programs, HIV and STI testing, and condom availability.
Coming in at number one was Oregon State University. “With an unparalleled network of enthusiastic student peer groups with interesting and engaging programs, Oregon State University is a leader in campus sexual health resources,” said Bert Sperling, president of Sperling’s BestPlaces. “The school’s dedication to improving its offerings to students allows it to come out on top of the rankings for the second year in a row.”
If you remember… porn enthusiast Kendra Sunderland was a student at OSU… interesting…
The University was followed by: Stanford University, University of Georgia, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Brown University, University of Oregon. University of Iowa, Columbia University in the City of New York, The University of Texas At Austin and the University of Arizona.
Of course, not all schools did well. Out of the 140 schools ranked, Brigham Young University came in last place.
Time to do some serious work there…
To read more, head over to Trojan’s website.