Top 10 Party Schools of 2013-2014
Did your school make the list?
August 06, 2013
The Princeton Review ranks pretty much everything when it comes to college – from student life to political agendas. But what rankings matter most to students?
Try as they might to gain student hype around academics or other categories, one of the most highly anticipated rankings remains both coveted by students and despised by college presidents: the year’s top party colleges.
The results are derived from surveying students on a school’s academics, administration, student body and campus life to launch their annual rankings, so that you always know what’s happening on campus.
The list is out – check out the Princeton Review’s top party school rankings for 2013-14:
10. Lehigh University
Located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, this private residential research university annually ranks within the top national research universities.
This year, however, the school boasts another title: number ten on the top party schools list.
Founded in 1865, the school offers studies within four colleges to nearly 5,000 undergraduates and more than 2,000 graduate students.