TCU jumps five spots in sexual health rankings

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    TCU jumped five spots in the Trojan Sexual Health Report Card Rankings to be 116 out of 141 campuses from the "Bowl Championship Series" and beyond.

    The schools ranked are from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Schools were ranked on 13 categories including areas such as student opinion of their health center, hours, scheduling availability, sexual health awareness programs for students, contraceptive availability and STI testing on site.

    A school is considered more sexually healthy if they have a higher ranking. 

    Columbia University in New York City ranked No. 1 and has topped the Report Card’s ranking for the second year in a row.

    Baylor University ranked 132, U.S. Air Force Academy No. 139 and Brigham Young University No. 140 in sexual health.

    The largest jump in the rankings went to Texas A&M with a 73 spot jump from No. 110 to No. 37.