Many schools that have a reputation for high academics also boast plenty of sexual smarts.
Condom-maker Trojan released its annual Sexual Health Report Card Rankings on Wednesday. The study gives an "A" to the major universities that best promote awareness through programs, counseling and websites, while offering greater clinic availability, STI testing and free or low-cost contraception, and lists universities that are best in sexual health.
Princeton University in New Jersey took home top honors in Trojan's rankings (which we're sure it'll display nicely on its figurative trophy shelf next to its Best National University Title this year from U.S. News & World Report).
"Over the past few years, the university has invested time and resources to provide exemplary programming on campus, and it's no surprise it's paid off with a top ranking," said Bert Sperling, president of Sperling's BestPlaces, Trojan's research partner.
According to Trojan and Sperling's BestPlaces, which gathered information through campus health center representatives, several schools could also benefit from consulting the Trojan Sexual Health E-Toolkit. The University of New Orleans, Troy University, Providence College, Chicago State University and Brigham Young University rounded out the bottom five on Trojan's report card.
Check out the Top 10 schools that went to the head of the class:
10. University of Wisconsin
9. University of Denver
8. University of Texas
7. Rutgers University
6. University of Illinois
5. Brown University
4. University of Iowa
3. University of Arizona
2. Columbia University
1. Princeton University