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Penn State

Penn State University

University Park, PA

Penn State has been nationally recognized for their rambunctious party reputation on several occasions! It’s a jungle at State Park. With the massive Greek Life population, multiple Frat house will be “throwing down” on any given night of the week. If you’re a guy and are not in a fraternity, you better have multiple friends in different fraternities. State Patty’s Day – Penn State’s twist on the drunk man’s favorite holiday, St. Paddy’s Day. Endless booze and everything green… I mean everything – green clothes, green body paint, green bagels, green beer, green eggs and ham, and even the green-eyed monster summoned by any guy who didn’t pledge a fraternity. This school definitely has a softer side to their party scene, Penn State holds an annual event called “THON”, hailed as “the largest student-run philanthropy in the world!”

According to the THON website:

“The year culminates with a 46 hour no-sitting, no-sleeping dance marathon known as THON Weekend. This event is held at Penn State’s Bryce Jordan Center each year in the month February. In 2012, THON raised a record-breaking $10.68 million and was able to donate 96% of funds raised directly to the Four Diamonds Fund.”

Penn State Football, a tradition of excellence, one of the elite football programs in the NCAA…until the whole…well, never-mind.

Mascot: Nittany Lion

Party Grade: A+

Undergraduates: 38,000+

Guys: 53%

Girls: 47%

Penn State University Greek Life: Yes, HUGE. On of the best Greek life cultures in the country. The frats at Penn State know how to throw a party!

Bars/Hangouts at Penn State University:

Damon’s Grill
Kildare’s Irish Pub

Lion’s Den

Make sure that you let us know what you what you think about Penn State’s party scene in the Comments section! Check out the I’m Shamcked video below, if you wanna see what it’s like to party at Penn State!

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