October 18, 2017
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University of Maine makes Princeton Review’s list of top 20 party schools

By Ryan McLaughlin, BDN Staff

ORONO, Maine — The University of Maine was listed among the top 20 party schools in the country, according to a survey conducted in the Princeton Review.

The review annually lists the top 20 party schools and top 20 stone-cold sober schools.

UMaine checked in as the No. 19 party school nationwide, with West Virginia University coming out on top.

The top 20 party schools nationwide are as follows: West Virginia University, University of Iowa, Ohio University, the University of Illinois, the University of Georgia, the University of Florida, the University of California-Santa Barbara, Florida State University, Miami (Ohio) University, Syracuse University, Penn State University, DePauw (Indiana) University, the University of Wisconsin, the University of Mississippi, the University of Texas, the University of Maryland, the University of South Carolina, the University of Maine and the University of Tennessee.

For the 15th consecutive year, Brigham Young University was dubbed the nation’s most stone-cold sober school.

The other universities cracking that top 20 are Wheaton (Ill.) College, the U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, Grove City (Pa.) College, the U.S. Military Academy, City University of New York-Brooklyn, Wesleyan (Ga.) College, Wellesley (Mass.) College, City University of New York-Manhattan, City University of New York-Queens, Franklin Olin College of Engineering (Mass.), Agnes Scott (Ga.) College, Simmons College, the U.S. Air Force Academy, Pepperdine University, Becker College, Cooper Union for the Advancement (N.Y.) and California State University-Stanislaus.


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