Abstract: Self-Efficacy can be described as an individual's confidence about their ability to do certain tasks. In regards to sexual activities and safe sex, how do college students compare in their self-efficacy towards communication, consent, and preference? As most college students were in high school and middle school in the last ten years of their life, there is a possibility that a formal sex education, or lack of one, still has a significant impact. Through an online survey, this research studies the degree of influence of sex education on sexual self-efficacy and communication. Other predictors of communication and self-efficacy include personality, religiosity, and parent and peer attitudes.