Finally, now that schools are being forced to actually do something about the on-campus sexual assault epidemic (according to a 2007 study funded by the National Institute of Justice, one in five women will become the victim of an attempted or complete sexual assault during college), review your own school's current policy so you know your rights and whether you need to insist your school do more. Familiarize yourself with campus security: put their number in your phone and memorize it, call them if you need to be picked up or any other kind of help, and know where all the emergency phones are on campus.
I'm 21 and I've finally finished university and I'm back at home.If not, follow these rules to save yourself from (at least some) sex-related humiliation and regret up in your ivory tower. Invest in decent ones, with lubrication (but not spermicide), because everyone could use a little rehydration after a night of drinking (and, good or bad, many of you will have been drinking... Replace the condoms when they get close to their expiration date -- because the only thing worse than not having a condom is having one that breaks mid sesh. Keep a condom (more if you can manage it) cool and dry in a purse or loose pocket, not crammed in an overstuffed wallet or squeezed into the back pocket of your skinny jeans. And when that happens, when your balance starts to fail and your voice gets really loud and the room spins a bit, try with all your might NOT to hook up. If you think sex tonight means you're dating tomorrow, think again. I recently got out of a 3 year relationship which lasted all the way through my time at college.A lot of the growing pains of being a young single and meeting girls has passed me by in this time.