Top Party Schools and Universities 2012-2013 School Year



    The list of the TOP 100 PARTY COLLEGES in the NATION is out! The students at these schools party harder than any other schools in the nation! Congratulations, scholars at these fine institutions, for making your parents and alumni proud! This list should hang next to your diploma to remind you that you also got a degree in partying.

       To create the list, we visited campuses, polled students, and spoke to countless partiers who attend or attended schools across the country. If your school is not on the list, that must mean your school doesn’t party hard enough! If this is the case, you are going to have to party more, party harder, and step your game up this year.

   Show some school pride and help your school climb the rankings! This list is made for the students by the students.

100. Marshall University
99. Oklahoma State University, Main Campus
98. University of California, Santa Cruz
97. University of North Carolina, Wilmington
96. Bucknell University
95. Kent State University, Main Campus
94. Western Michigan University
93. University of Connecticut
92. Clemson University
91. Harvey Mudd College
90. College of Charleston
89. University of Southern California
88. Gustavus Adolphus College
87. Monmouth University
86. University of Nevada, Las Vegas
85. Humboldt State University
84. Kenyon College
83. University of Wisconsin, La Crosse
82. University of Minnesota, Duluth
81. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
80. SUNY College at Plattsburgh
79. University of Idaho
78. Juniata College
77. University of Louisiana at Lafayette
76. Elon University
75. Miami University, Oxford
74. University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
73. Fitchburg State College
72. University of South Dakota
71. Eastern Kentucky University
70. West Chester University of Pennsylvania
69. Alabama A & M University
68. SUNY College at Oswego
67. Appalachian State University
66. Central Michigan University
65. Western Kentucky University
64. Coastal Carolina University
63. Minnesota State Unversity, Mankato
62. Auburn University Main Campus
61. Texas Tech University
60. Vanderbilt University
59. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Main Campus
58. Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
57. University of Scranton
56. University of South Carolina, Columbia
55. Ball State University
54. University of Maine
53. Southern Methodist University
52. University of Massachusetts, Amherst
51. Texas State University, San Marcos
50. Radford University
49. University of Mississippi Main Campus
48. Longwood University
47. Fort Hays State University
46. University of New Hampshire, Main Campus
45. James Madison University
44. Cornell University
43. Michigan State University
42. Quinnipiac University
41. Villanova University
40. University of Kansas Main Campus
39. SUNY at Buffalo
38. University of Rhode Island
37. Western Illinois University
36. University of Dayton
35. East Carolina University
34. Rutgers University
33. New York University
32. Mississippi State University
31. Colgate University
30. University of Vermont
29. University of Tennessee
28. Washington State University
27. University of Delaware
26. San Diego State University
25. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
24. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
23. Rollins College
22. University of Virginia, Main Campus
21. Ohio State University, Main Campus
20. University of Georgia
19. Indiana University, Bloomington
18. University of Iowa
17. University of Alabama
16. University of Florida
15. Ohio University, Main Campus
14. SUNY at Albany
13. Tulane University of Louisiana
12. University of California, Santa Barbara
11. University of Colorado at Boulder
10. California State University, Chico
9. Syracuse University
8. University of Texas at Austin
7. Pennsylvania State University, Penn State Main Campus
6. Louisiana State University
5. University of Miami
4. West Virginia University
3. University of Wisconsin, Madison
2. Florida State University
1. Arizona State University

UPDATE: THE 2015 LIST IS OUT!



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