It may come as a shock, but people tend to have sex when they’re in college. Quite a bit, as a rule. More often than not, unfortunately, they also tend to be somewhat lax when it comes to using protection. As a result, the 15-24 year-old demographic, unsurprisingly, makes up for 48% of new STI cases each year. But with vastly different attitudes towards issues like contraception, certain colleges tend to be better about sexual health than others. So which campuses have the worst track record when it comes to sexual health, and which have the best?

Trojan, one of the country’s most popular condom brands, obviously has a stake in safe sex practices, so the company has released their annual report card on the sexual health of 141 major colleges and universities in the U.S. in partnership with an independent research firm, Sperling’s BestPlaces. The researchers compiled data from each college health centers regarding number of STI and STD cases, as well as questioning students on quality and comprehensiveness of their college’s sexual health services. The presence of HIV testing, seperate sexual health awareness programs, accessibility for drop-in appointments, presence of sexual assault programs and resources, and availability of free contraceptives and condoms were also taken into consideration.

So here are the 10 best, and 10 worst campuses for sexual health:

10 Best Colleges for Sexual Health

1.) University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
2.) Brown University
3.) Columbia University
4.) Princeton University
5.) University of Wisconsin-Madison
6.) Yale University
7.) University of Arizona
8.) University of Iowa
9.) Colorado State University
10.) Oregon State University

10 Worst Colleges for Sexual Health

1.) U.S. Air Force Academy
2.) Brigham Young University
3.) Providence College
4.)  Troy Sate University
5.) Chicago State University
6.) University of New Orleans
7.) St. John’s University –  New York
8.) Louisiana Tech University
9.) Savannah State University
10.) Seton Hall University

For the full list of Trojan’s sexual health rankings and to see where your college ranks, take a look at Trojan’s full report card here.