Syracuse ranked top party school in the U.S.

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While you’re tailgating and heading to killer frat parties this fall, think about this: Your school has nothing on Syracuse University. The Princeton Review released its annual rankings and the Orange Men reign supreme this year, with the University of Iowa, UC Santa Barbara, West Virginia University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign rounding out the top five. Renown for its yearly lists of various categories, the highly anticipated Princeton Review determined that Syracuse students get their party on more than other colleges and universities after taking a survey of 130,000 students at 379 schools.

The organization uses this data to rank more than who parties the most. The Princeton Review compiles lists on a wide range of categories, from academics to student life to financial aid. Below are some other findings from this year’s survey.

 

Happiest students: Vanderbilt University

Most beautiful campus: Colgate University

Best campus food: Virginia Tech

LGBT-friendly: Stanford University

Best-run college: Elon University

Best college library: University of Chicago

Best college dorms: Washington University in St. Louis

Best athletic facilities: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Best health services: Pennsylvania State University

Students pack the stadiums: University of Kansas

Top stone-cold sober school: Brigham Young University

Most liberal students: Sarah Lawrence College

Most conservative students: Texas A&M University

Top marijuana usage: Skidmore College

Best college newspaper: Yale University

Top “jock school”: Auburn University

Most popular study abroad program: Goucher College

Students study the most: Harvey Mudd College

Most religious school: Brigham Young University

Least religious school: Vassar College

Randi Whitcomb

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