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Princeton Review's Top Party Colleges for 2010
Monday, 27 July 2009
The category that seems to receive the biggest press in the Princeton Review's annual rankings of colleges, is the ranking for the top party schools.
Here the Princeton Review ranks the Top 20 party schools based on responses to a student survey that was completed by 122,000 college students nationwide.
This year's Top 20 Party Schools are:
- Penn State University
- University of Florida
- University of Mississippi
- University of Georgia
- Ohio University
- West Virginia University
- University of Texas
- University of Wisconsin
- Florida State University
- University of California-Santa Barbara
- University of Colorado
- University of Iowa
- Union College
- Indiana University
- DePauw University
- University of Tennessee
- Sewanee: The University of the South
- University of North Dakota
- Tulane University
- Arizona State University
Last year, University of Florida was ranked as the nation's top party school. While the #1 party school seems to change every year, there are certainly schools that are traditionally included in the rankings year after year. Some schools listed in the rankings frown upon the fact that their college is labeled as a "party school", as it seems to overshadow what the school has to offer academically, thanks to the buzz created by party school rankings.
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