Sexual health is an incredibly important issue for today's colleges students. With 15 to 24-year-olds accounting for 48% of newly diagnosed STIs, it is especially important for college students to be sexually educated.
In order to more accurately assess campus sexual health, Trojan recently released their list of the 10 least sexually healthy colleges. Trojan, (yes, that's right, the condom brand) evaluated college health centers and campuses for the quality, comprehensiveness and cost-effectiveness of their sexual education and health centers.
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These are the 10 schools at the bottom of Trojan's report card:
141 U.S. Air Force Academy
140. Brigham Young University
139. Providence College
138. Troy State University
(On April 16, 2004, the Board of Trustees voted to change the name <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troy_University">of the institution from</a> Troy State University to Troy University - Trojan referred to them as Troy State University though)
137. Chicago State University
136. University of New Orleans
135. St. John's University-New York
134. Louisiana Tech University
133. Savannah State University
132. Seton Hall University