Highest- and Lowest-Ranked Schools
1. University of Minnesota (GPA 3.91)
2. University of Wyoming (GPA 3.91)
3. University of Washington (GPA 3.73)
4. Rutgers University (GPA 3.68)
5. Purdue University (GPA 3.64)
135. Villanova University (GPA 1.45)
136. University of Arkansas (GPA 1.36)
137. Arkansas State University (GPA 1.14)
138. University of Louisiana (GPA 0.91)
139. Louisiana Tech University (GPA 0.82)
For the first time, researchers allowed students to weigh in with an online survey that generated more than 3,300 responses. This opinion poll did not factor into the rankings, but does point to the opportunity for health centers on campus to evolve how they meet the needs of their students.
While 66 percent said their health centers are "doing a good job," 32 percent of respondents said they would not consider contacting their student health center for health concerns and 53 percent agreed their centers could improve overall.
"The fact is, college students are at serious risk for STIs and unplanned pregnancies," said Jim Daniels, vice president of marketing, Trojan brand condoms. "It's time to evolve the way we address the realities of sexual health and provide students with the practical resources they need to protect themselves. The Trojan Sexual Health Report Card helps students and their schools celebrate areas of excellence and focus on opportunities to improve."
Information was gathered over an eight-week period beginning in the
spring of 2007, and was collected via live student health center phone
interviews. This data was then corr
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