The Princeton Review recently released its 62nd annual college rankings “entirely based on what students attending the schools in our Best Colleges book” answer in a survey about their colleges and their experiences at them.
Students’ answers to survey questions about the use of alcohol and drugs at their school, the number of hours they study everyday outside of class, and the popularity of fraternities/sororities at their school.
The top “Party Schools” list is a result of the surveyed students’ answers that indicate the colleges where its students study least, and use alcohol and drugs the most, including the most involvement in fraternities and sororities.
Here are the top 20 party schools in America:
- The University of Wisconsin-Madison
- West Virginia University
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Lehigh University
- Bucknell University
- University of Iowa
- University of Mississippi
- Syracuse University
- Tulane University
- Colgate University
- University of California- Santa Barbara
- University of Delaware
- University of Rhode Island
- Wake Forest University
- College of Charleston
- University of Maine
- University of Vermont
- University of Florida
- University of Colorado-Boulder
- Florida State University
The entire list can be viewed on the Review’s site.