The Princeton Review has announced the top party schools for 2014-2015. Some rankings are predictable, but others are a bit shocking.
What I'm personally the most surprised about is that my school, Boston College, isn't on this list. Come on, Eagles. Step it up.
The list, based on 130,000 survey responses from students in schools across the US, was released Monday. It came along with the release of "The Best 379 Colleges - 2015 Edition," but obviously this list is more important.
Find out if your school made it into the top 10 most fun places to go to college.
10. University of Florida
I'm surprised a school in a place with such amazing weather year 'round isn't higher on the list. Better luck next year, Gators. Though #10 is still pretty good.
9. Bucknell University
Small school, big partiers. With an enrollment of just around 3,500, Bucknell proves it's quality, not quantity, that drove it to the top.
8. University of Wisconsin - Madison
These Badger undergrads know how to party. All 30,000 of them, to be exact.
7. Penn State University
Will there be a year Penn State is not on the top party school list? Regardless, way to show 'em how it's done, Nittany Lions.
6. Lehigh University
Brainy and fun? Sounds like the place to be. Go, Mountain Hawks!
5. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The half-way point is an impressive spot. Awesome job, Illinois.
4. West Virginia University
If you didn't think West Virginia was any fun, you are seriously mistaken. These Mountaineers can bring it.
3. University of California - Santa Barbara
In the land of glorious sunshine, it's a miracle these undergrads get any work done. At #3 on this list, I'm still not sure if they do. Good job.
2. University of Iowa
Wow, Iowa is a cool state? Way to beat out some huge-ass party schools, UI. I'm impressed.
1. Syracuse University
Congrats, Cuse Nation. With your strong basketball team, tough rivalries and beautiful campus, anyone can find an excuse to have school spirit, despite your tundra-level coldness.