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The 5 Most Sex-Loving Colleges In The U.S.

Summer is nearly over, and college students everywhere are gearing up for another semester of classes. And according to Her Campus, some students will definitely be scoring more than just good grades. Looking To Get Married? 10 Best Colleges To Find Husband Material

Uh huh, you read that right. The "online collegiette's guide to life" quizzed 2,000 students at 175 colleges and universities on everything from social media to sexual activity and found the most sexually friendly campuses around.

Here's the list:

  1. University of Texas at Austin
  2. University of Michigan
  3. Harvard University
  4. Arizona State University
  5. Northwestern University

With the University of Texas at Austin ranking number one, it would seem, as Her Campus points out, that a student's sexual appetite is not exempt from their "everything is bigger in Texas" catch phrase. Plus, it can't be coincidence that "Men's Health named Austin the top city in the nation for a sexy good time, based on condom sales (#1), birth rates, and (uh-oh) STD rates." College Guys Think 10 Or More Sex Partners Is "Slutty"

As for Michigan, the university scores high on Trojan's Health Report Card, "which measures the sexual education of its students and the availability of contraception on campus," and Ann Arbor (where it's located) is ranked amongst the top cities where people like to get it on.

Another city campus ranked for their love of getting down and dirty? Harvard. And we thought Cambridge, Massachusetts was conservative! It turns out they're very liberal, and their students sponsor "Free Lube" day and even run a porn magazine. Hm, we wonder if this creative energy is what inspired celeb alum Mark Zuckerberg to make Facebook.

That brings us to Arizona State, whose "South Desert Village" is rumored to be one of the most sexually active dorms in the nation. The campus is also celebrated for having a very attractive female population, i.e., Courtney Cox who was a former ASU cheerleader turned porn star. 

And last but not least, we have Northwestern, whose liberal campus is home to psychology professor J. Michael Bailey's famous, exciting (pun intended?) human sexuality lectures. And, as Her Campus discovered, "a woman was once brought to orgasm in front of a live audience of a hundred or so students." How's that for sex education?

Sound off: Do you think these colleges belong on the list? And, why are these rankings so different from Newsweek's Horniest Colleges Of 2011?