University of Georgia UGA Takes Penn State’s ‘Top Party School’ Title

August 3rd, 2010 - 11:32 pm ICT by Angela Kaye Mason  

Aug 3 (THAINDIAN NEWS) Penn State has been stripped of their title as ‘Top Party School’ and replaced by a school in a small southern town, which has over one hundred bars near it’s campus-The University of Georgia, known to students, faculty and most state residents as “UGA”. Penn State was still in the top ten, however.

None of the colleges from Arizona made the top twenty list this time, and California only had one school mentioned, University of California, Santa Barbara made it into eighth place. University of Missouri made number seventeen and Michigan State came in at the very last, with number twenty.

A University of Georgia spokesman, Tom Jackson was not too thrilled with the results, and stated, “UGA has been on the party school list for a while, but it’s one we prefer not to lead.” UGA is often known for it’s mascot, a white English Bulldog, named “UGA” (ugga)

The entire top twenty party school list is posted below:

The Princeton Review’s Top Party Schools:

1) University of Georgia
2) Ohio University — Athens
3) Pennsylvania State University — University Park
4) West Virginia University
5) University of Mississippi
6) The University of Texas at Austin
7) University of Florida
8) University of California — Santa Barbara
9) University of Iowa
10) DePauw University
11) Florida State University
12) University of Wisconsin-Madison
13) University of Alabama — Tuscaloosa
14) Sewanee — The University of the South
15) Indiana University — Bloomington
16) University of Colorado — Boulder
17) University of Missouri
18) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
19) University of Maryland, College Park
20) Michigan State University

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