The Princeton Review Party Schools 2011 list was revealed today. The top party schools according to the Princeton Review Party Schools 2011 list are listed here, and it is an interesting list indeed. Each year the Princeton Review comes out with its list of the top party schools around the country, and each year the debate begins as to whether they got it right, or left off some of the key colleges and universities around the U.S.
The Princeton Review doesn’t just measure the party schools, but measures just about everything you can think of when it comes to universities. The 373 colleges that are measured all get ranked, and we have listed some of the biggest categories when it comes to evaluating the schools. There are items such as happiest students, most accessible to professors, and even the most liberal students. On page two we listed the top 20 party schools around the country, another list that is always changing.
Among the top 20 party schools, according to the 2011 Princeton Review, are 2008 winner Florida, 2009 winner Penn State, and of course the winner during 2010: The University of Georgia.
Take a look at the list to see if your favorite school or alma-matter made the list, or lets us know if you feel that your school should have been on there. We only listed the top 20 party schools according to the new 2011 Princeton Review Party Schools List, and there are definitely some schools on there that return year after year to claim the title as one of the biggest party schools in the nation.
2011 Princeton Review School Rankings
Best Classroom Experience – Mount Holyoke College
Most Conservative Students – Texas A&M University
Most Liberal Students – Hampshire College
Most Politically Active Students – American University
Most Accessible Profs – U.S. Air Force Academy
Least Religious Students – Sarah Lawrence College
Happiest Students – Brown University
Lots of Race/Class Interaction- University of Miami
LGBT-Friendly – Emerson College
Top Stone-Cold Sober Schools – Brigham Young University
Everyone Plays Intramural Sports – University of Notre Dame
Best Town-Gown Relations – Clemson University
The 2011 Princeton Review Top Party Schools
2. Ohio University
3. Penn State
4. West Virginia
6. Texas at Austin
8. California — Santa Barbara
10. DePauw University
11. Florida State University
12. Wisconsin — Madison
14. Sewanee — The University of the South
15. Indiana — Bloomington
16. Colorado — Boulder
20. Michigan State