THE TROJAN™ SEXUAL HEALTH REPORT CARD
The Trojan™ Sexual Health Report Card is an annual ranking of the sexual health resources and information available to students on campuses nationwide. Independent research firm Sperling’s BestPlaces analyzed 140 major campuses drawn from conferences within the Bowl Championship Series and beyond. These schools include students representing all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

To see where your campus ranks, click below for the 2015 Trojan™ Sexual Health Report Card and ranking.

SPARKING CHANGE ON CAMPUS: E-TOOL KIT
To ensure your school makes the grade, students and school health administrators can obtain information on how to spark change on campus by downloading the Trojan™ Sexual Health E-Toolkit. The kit is an easy-to-use, downloadable resource that contains fact-based insights, tips and resources on all things sexual health.

INCREASE YOUR SEXUAL HEALTH I.Q.: TRIVIA
The makers of Trojan™ Condoms are making studying fun again, with a series of sexual health trivia questions. The content includes a wide range of questions to get you up to speed on the ins and outs of sex in a fun and informative way. So grabs some friends and see who’s savviest when it comes to sexual health.

NO MORE EXCUSES: HELP SHARE THE FACTS ON CONDOMS
The Facts About Condoms infographic shows both the risks of unprotected sex and how condoms can minimize that risk. So take a good look at it. Share it. It’s the bold truth about the importance of using a condom every time.

In addition to the E-Tool Kit, for students and school health administrators looking for personal tips and advice on how to make tangible change on campus, contact TROJANSHRC@EDELMAN.COM where you’ll have the chance to speak with sexual health expert and Trojan™ Sexual Health Advisory Council member, COLIN ADAMO. As the former director of the internationally recognized SEX WEEK AT YALE, an interdisciplinary sex education program for college students, Adamo has a wide range of experience in helping students better understand how they can take action on campus.