Trojan released its 10th annual sexual health ranking of colleges, which examines over 100 campuses across the country to rate the access students have to sexual health resources.

The condom company collaborated with Sperling's BestPlaces and analyzed the following for each campus:

  • Quality of sexual health information and resources on website
  • Contraceptive availability — free or at cost
  • Condom availability — free or at cost
  • HIV testing on-site (On/off campus, cost)
  • STI testing on-site (On/off campus, cost)
  • Lecture/outreach programs and student peer groups for sexual health education
  • Sexual assault programs, resources or services
  • Overall website usability and quality
  • Hours of operation
  • Allow drop-ins or require appointments for student scheduling
  • Extra credit

Columbia University took the 8th spot in the ranking’s top 10 spots, while it’s New York City neighbor, St. John’s University, slumped to the low ranking of 138.

As for schools near Philadelphia, the University of Pennsylvania jumped up in the rankings from 65 to the 21st spot and Penn State took the 30th spot.

In Boston, the top school was Harvard at number 29, while Boston College sat at the 115th spot.

Here are the top 10 schools:

  1. Oregon State University
  2. Stanford University
  3. University of Georgia
  4. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  5. Brown University
  6. University of Oregon
  7. University of Iowa
  8. Columbia University in the City of New York
  9. The University of Texas At Austin
  10. University of Arizona

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