Some colleges should simply step up when promoting sexual health on campus, according to Trojan brand condoms.

Granted, all colleges' missions don't mesh with Trojan's, and still more consider students' sex lives none of a university's business. Nevertheless, the Trojan Sexual Health Report Card ranked DePaul University at the very bottom of its list.

Right behind them was Brigham Young University, which was near the bottom of its ranking in the previous year. In addition, the U.S. Air Force Academy saw a significant drop in the 2011 ranking, finishing at No. 139 after placing 96th in 2010.

The Trojan Sexual Health Report Card grades school according to the sexual health resources and information available to students on campuses. Items considered include students' opinions of their health centers, STI testing on-site, condom and contraception availability on campus and sexual health awareness programs.

You can check out the most sexually healthy schools here, and see the schools at the bottom of the list in the slideshow below:

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  • DePaul University

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  • Brigham Young University

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  • U.S. Air Force Academy

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  • Chicago State University

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  • Seton Hall University

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  • Troy State University

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  • Providence College

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  • New Mexico State University

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See where your college ranks on Trojan's website.