It considers such factors as access to information about safe sexual practices, access to and affordability of sexually transmitted infection testing, outreach programs, information available on health center websites and information provided about sexual assault, among others.Which all makes sense and is readily quantifiable. You can click and read the PDF from Trojan here (though you can want to wear a condom when you do so). If you prefer safe surfing, I'll summarize. First, let's look at the top schools:
- Oregon State
140. Brigham Young
139. Providence College
138. Chicago State University
137. Troy State University (now Troy University)
136. Louisiana Tech
Savannah State, in Georgia where I live, finished 133rd. As to methodology, on page 4 of the PDF you'll find a nice long list of factors they take into account. It's hard to argue with them. Page 5 begins the list of all 140 schools. Georgia is the most sexually healthy of the SEC schools, followed by Florida (20th) and South Carolina (29th). Apparently the SEC East is sexually more healthy than the SEC West. Alabama (#30) leads the West.
Oh, and Tennessee is the worst of the SEC teams, coming in at 128th (just after, heh, Notre Dame).