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Top Sober Schools and Party Schools Ranked

Aug 6 2013, 2:45am CDT | by , in News | Other Stuff

Top Sober Schools and Party Schools Ranked
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The Princeton Review has released their annual college ranking. The are not only ranking schools by educational qualities but also by social measures like beer, parties and more.

It is time to decide which college you want to attend. If you did not make your decision yet you can refer to the new The Princeton Review College ranking. Princeton Review surveyed 126,000 students at 378 top colleges to rate their schools on dozens of topics.

Rankings also include fun things like Top Party School and Top Stone-Cold Sober Schools. The Top Party School this year is University of Iowa and the Top Sober School is Brigham Young University in Utah. See other top ranked schools below.

  •     Best-Run College - Claremont McKenna College (CA)
  •     Best College Library - Columbia University (NY)
  •     Best Campus Food - Bowdoin College (ME)
  •     Best College Dorms - Smith College (MA)
  •     Most Beautiful Campus - University of Mississippi (MS)
  •     Most Politically Active Students - The George Washington University (DC)
  •     Most Conservative Students - Auburn University (AL)
  •     Most Liberal Students - Bennington College (VT)
  •     LGBT-Friendly - Emerson College (MA)
  •     Town-Gown Relations Are Great - Clemson University (SC)
  •     Top Party Schools - University of Iowa (IA)
  •     Top Stone-Cold Sober Schools - Brigham Young University (UT)
  •     Students Pack the Stadiums - University of Notre Dame (IN)
  •     Best Athletic Facilities - Kenyon College (OH)
  •     Their Students Love These Colleges - Virginia Tech (VA)

Explore all college rankings here on the Princeton review site or get the book on Amazon.

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