ACHA Pap Test and STI Survey

About the Survey

The annual ACHA Pap Test and STI Survey provides colleges and universities with benchmarking data about sexual and reproductive health services including the provision of gynecological services, Pap test collection and evaluation, and STI testing and treatment.

Over the years, the ACHA Pap Test and STI Survey has served as an important benchmarking tool regarding management strategies and data collection, as well as a means to assess educational efforts and compare health center services. The survey is also attracting wider attention from experts in the field who have an interest in determining the burden of disease for STIs in college populations.

To Participate

The CY2015 Survey is now closed. Please plan to participate in the CY2016 Survey, to be released in 2017.

The ACHA Sexual Health Education and Clinical Care Coalition is requesting your assistance in completing the annual ACHA Pap Test and STI Survey, now in its 26th calendar year! Last year, we had 149 responses—a cumulative student enrollment of just over 2.9 million.

This year's survey is collecting data about sexual and reproductive health services including the provision of gynecological services, Pap test collection and evaluation, and STI testing and treatment for the year 2015 (January 1–December 31, 2015).

Tips:

  • We encourage you to print out a copy of the survey before completing it online to assist you in your data preparation and collection. To print, open the survey, print the page then scroll to the bottom and select “Go to Next Question.” You will need to print each of the three “pages” of questions.
  • If you do open and print this survey, when you reopen the survey to fill in your data, please select “resume from first page.” If you enter data and pass the first page break, exit the survey, and later reopen the survey to fill in more data, please select “resume” and the survey will take you to the page where you left off. This function depends on how long cookies are stored on your PC. It is probably best to complete data entry into the online survey in one sitting.
  • Print a copy of your final submission. Please keep the copy of your submission for comparison purposes once the group results are circulated.
  • You do not have to provide data for all of the sections, though we do encourage you to complete as many questions as possible. For example, even though you may not have complete Pap test data, you should still enter your STI data, even if those are the only questions you can answer.

Results of the survey will be emailed to participants and posted on the ACHA website with a link circulated via a blast email.

If you have any questions or comments, you can email Victor Leino at vleino@acha.org.

Survey Results (2007–present)

Over the years, the ACHA Pap and STI Test has served as an important benchmarking tool and as a means to assess education outreach efforts. The data reports for each survey provide specific breakdowns of responses for all questions in the survey. In addition, a detailed review and discussion of the calendar year 2006 survey was published in the Journal of American College Health, Vol. 57, No. 4. The article can be found here.

Calendar Year 2014 Survey Results

The calendar year 2014 survey was conducted entirely online and elicited 152 responses. Partial results from the survey are below.

Calendar Year 2013 Survey Results

The calendar year 2013 survey was conducted entirely online and elicited 150 responses. Partial results from the survey are below, as well as the survey itself for your reference.

Calendar Year 2012 Survey Results

The calendar year 2012 survey was conducted entirely online and elicited 161 responses. Partial results from the survey are below, as well as the survey itself for your reference.

Calendar Year 2011 Survey Results

The calendar year 2011 survey was conducted entirely online and elicited 181 responses. Partial results from the survey are below, as well as the survey itself for your reference.

Calendar Year 2010 Survey Results

The calendar year 2010 survey was conducted entirely online and elicited 174 responses. Partial results from the survey are below, as well as the survey itself for your reference.

Calendar Year 2009 Survey Results

The calendar year 2009 survey was conducted entirely online and elicited 172 responses. Results from the survey are below, as well as the survey itself for your reference.

Calendar Year 2008 Survey Results

The calendar year 2008 survey was conducted entirely online and elicited 176 responses. Results from the survey are below, as well as the survey itself for your reference.

Calendar Year 2007 Survey Results

The calendar year 2007 survey was conducted entirely online and elicited 128 responses. Results from the survey are below, as well as the survey itself for your reference.