Not every college student is interested in partying. But if you are, you should know what you're options are. Fortunately, the Princeton Review did some research and discovered the top 20 party schools in the U.S.
To determine the list, the Princeton Review surveyed college students across the country. They asked the students to rank their college based on several criteria, such as the amount of alcohol or drug use at the school, the popularity of fraternities or sororities, and the number oh hours students spend studying. Here are the results.
Coming in at number 20 is The University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa. They are followed by University of Kansas, Wake Forest, University of Florida, and the University of Rhode Island. The University of Vermont is ranked at 15.
Ranked as the 14th top party school is University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Next is University of Mississippi, University of California--Santa Barbara, and University of Iowa. Kicking off the top 10 is the University of Maine.
As a state, Delaware isn't necessarily famous for partying. In fact, it's not necessarily famous for anything in particular. But that's not true at this college, which ranks as party school number six.
Coming in as the number four party school is Syracuse University. It also ranked at number one for "Best College Newspaper." So at least you have something good to read while you're hung over on Sunday morning.