By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Fastweb counts down the Princeton Review's top 10 party schools.
Love it or hate it, all eyes are on the Princeton Review’s College Rankings right now. The long awaited top party schools list is out, and while some students may be clamoring to submit their applications, others are turned off at the mention of a top party scene. Whatever your stance, there is more than meets the eye – or the party rankings – at each of these schools. So as we count down Princeton Review’s Top Party Schools, we’ll take an in depth look at what these schools have to offer besides a good time on Friday night.
10. Syracuse University – Syracuse, NY
In addition to claiming the #10 spot on the top party schools list, Syracuse University is also named a Best Northeastern College by the Princeton Review. And that’s not just because of the partying on campus.
Additionally, Syracuse ranks #17 on their Jock Schools list, #13 for Best College Newspaper, and most importantly, #4 for Top Undergraduate Entrepreneurial Programs. The student body at Syracuse University is comprised of close to 20,000 students and has a 91% retention rate.