Columbia University has been named the most sexually healthy university in this year's annual rankings by Trojan and Rock the Vote. Columbia is followed by Michigan State University, Ohio State University, the University of Michigan and Brown University. The five worst universities in terms of sexual health, from the bottom, are the University of Idaho, Brigham Young University, DePaul University, Marshall University and Chicago State University. The methodology for the rankings includes such factors as health center hours, availability of condoms and other forms of contraception, the availability of testing for sexually transmitted diseases, and sex advice columns in student newspapers.
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