Best party schools

<p>Not gonna lie i would love to go to a party school that has a good balance of academics and partying i know Penn state but any others?</p>

<p>Top Party Schools for 2011</p>

<p>Based on surveys taken from 122,000 students, the Princeton Review has released their annual rankings of colleges. By far the list that gets the most attention is the ranking of the top party schools in the nation. The ranking is figured based on survey questions relating to student use of alcohol and drugs, hours of study done each day, and the popularity of the Greek system at the school.</p>

<p>Princeton Review's Top Party Schools for 2011
University of Georgia
Ohio University
Penn State University
West Virginia University
University of Mississippi
University of Texas at Austin
University of Florida
University of California - Santa Barbara
University of Iowa
DePauw University
Florida State University
University of Wisconsin - Madison
University of Alabama
Sewanee - The University of the South
Indiana University - Bloomington
University of Colorado - Boulder
University of Missouri
University of Illinois
University of Maryland
Michigan State University
Other category rankings in the Princeton Review that relate to "partying" include:</p>

<p>Worst Party Schools</p>

<p>BYU
Wheaton College (Illinois)
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
U.S. Air Force Academy
Wesleyan College
College of the Ozarks
U.S. Naval Academy
U.S. Military Academy
Calvin College
Thomas Aquinas College
Grove City College
Wellesley College
Mills College
Marywood University
Berea College College
Cal State - Stanislaus
CUNY Queens
Mount Holyoke College
Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering
Agnes Scott College</p>

<p>Most Beer Drinkers</p>

<p>Pennsylvania State University–University Park
University of New Hampshire
Providence College
University of Florida
Claremont McKenna College
Ohio University–Athens
Hampden-Sydney College
West Virginia University
Colgate University
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Lehigh University
The University of Texas at Austin
Union College (NY)
Florida State University
DePauw University
Trinity College (CT)
Eckerd College
Gettysburg College
Indiana University–Bloomington
University of Mississippi</p>

<p>Most Hard Liquor Drinkers</p>

<p>Providence College
University of Georgia
Tulane University
University of Wisconsin - Madison
University of Mississippi
Indiana University - Bloomington
Ohio University - Athens
University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa
Sewanee - The University of the South
Trinity College (CT)</p>

<p>Most Potheads</p>

<p>University of California–Santa Cruz
Skidmore College
University of Vermont
Bard College
University of Colorado–Boulder
New College of Florida
Colorado College
Hampshire College
University of California–Santa Barbara
Eckerd College
Ithaca College
Sarah Lawrence College
Warren Wilson College
Pitzer College
University of Oregon
Guilford College
West Virginia University
Wesleyan University
State University of New York–Purchase College
Green Mountain College</p>

<p>Students Study the Least</p>

<p>West Virginia University
University of Maryland, College Park
State University of New York at Albany
University of Mississippi
University of North Dakota
Louisiana State University–Baton Rouge
Florida State University
University of Florida
Florida Southern College
University of Georgia
Pennsylvania State University–University Park
University of Central Florida
City University of New York–Brooklyn College
Arizona State University
The University of Texas at Austin
The University of Alabama – Tuscaloosa
Ohio University–Athens
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey–New Brunswick
Salisbury University
Students Who Study The Most</p>

<p>California Institute of Technology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Reed College
Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering
Harvard College
Middlebury College
Swarthmore College
University of Chicago
Princeton University
Davidson College
Williams College
United States Coast Guard Academy
United States Military Academy
The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
Bryn Mawr College
Sweet Briar College
Carleton College
Harvey Mudd College
College of the Holy Cross
Grinnell College</p>