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The results are in: Trojan's 7th Annual Sexual Health Report Card



A couple of weeks ago, The Daily Beast published the results of Trojan’s 7th annual sexual health report card, which ranks 141 schools based on the amount of sexual health information and campus resources they provide. Schools were scored according to availability of contraceptives, availability of condoms, access to STI testing, number of outreach programs they provide, and efficiency of sexual assault services.

University of Illinois ranks number one on the list, while other schools that made the top 10 include: Yale, University of Arizona, Brown University, and Colorado State University. The bottom 10 include: University of New Orleans, Chicago State University, and Providence College.

And, where does our beloved Oregon rank? At a disappointing No. 49, the University of Oregon has dropped three spots from a year ago. And if this isn’t enough to motivate us, the Beavers are No. 10 on the list—39 spots before us!

Looks like we have some work to do, Oregon.

Here’s a complete list of the most and least sexually healthy schools:

10 Most Sexually Healthy Schools

1.  University of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign
2.  Brown University
3.  Columbia University in the City of New York
4.  Princeton University
5.  University of Wisconsin-Madison
6.  Yale University
7.  University of Arizona
8.  University of Iowa
9.  Colorado State University
10.  Oregon State University

10 Least Sexually Healthy Schools

132.  Seton Hall University
133.  Savannah State University
134.  Louisiana Tech University
135.  St. John’s University-New York
136.  University of New Orleans
137.  Chicago State University
138.  Troy State University-Main Campus
139.  Providence College
140.  Brigham Young University
141.  U.S. Air Force Academy

What do you think? Are you surprised Oregon ranked so low, or not? Which rankings surprised you?

To view the full Trojan Sexual Health Report Card, go here.

 


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Katherine Marrone

Katherine Marrone

Katherine Marrone is the sex and relationships writer for the Emerald. A feminist and activist, she likes writing about gender issues and social justice.