2011 Top Party Schools Revealed

"We're number one" resounds across the University of Georgia, but school officials may not be too happy about this one.

The Princeton Review has named the Athens based school the number one party school in its annual ranking. UGA has been on their list ten times since its inception in 1992, but only made it to the top this year.

Second is Ohio University, followed by Penn State, West Virginia University and the University of Mississippi.

There were no schools from North Carolina listed in the top 20.

So how about the nation's stone cold sober school? For the 13th straight year, Brigham Young University is furthest from UGA's partying ways.

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  • by PK on Aug 11, 2010 at 05:48 PM
    Dave: You are always here harassing people for personal reasons pertaining to their locale or affiliation. Typical of you- you can dole it out, but not take it... speaking of dole... it is STILL obvious why you don't answer the questions, no matter how much you obfuscate. Your story: you were an "adult" leaving the military who did not know his next step in life. OK. Then, you move to a place that you dislike and go to a school you hate (who makes decisions like this?! A child? Is your decision making really THIS poor? Obviously, yes!) so you could live off the welfare of your inlaws. As will always be true for you, this soon turned sour w/ inlaws. You pursue a degree in English as this is your only possible option for a graduate degree. For a coup de grace you then refuse a career (teaching) that likely employs 2/3 of graduates from these programs. And you wonder why you are seen as such a farce on here. What am I missing? I could go further... but, you're too woebegone...
  • by Dave Location: Everywhere on Aug 9, 2010 at 10:42 AM
    Sammy and PaulaK, why should I divulge such personal information on this site? After all, we can be what we want to in the world of the internet. Just talk to Sam about that.
  • by PK Location: Greenville on Aug 5, 2010 at 05:05 PM
    Dave: I know that you're reading this; you're always here with an adolescent quip when it behooves your wounded psyche. Yet again, your silence speaks volumes. As I've said all along: there's no wonder why you're demeanor is always so miserable, it mimics your very existence.
  • by Sam Location: Kitty Hawk on Aug 5, 2010 at 06:55 AM
    To "Easy U" that's just about every school you go to these days. Just about anywhere it takes more than 4 years for most to finish, due to either changed majors, jobs, or flunking a class. I got my BSA/MSA all together (yes that is also my Master's) in 5 years, in addition to working part-time with a CPA firm in Greenville while I was in school. In all my classes all together, I only made one C. Everything else was mostly A's, along with a few B's. PK, I beleive Dave is getting his money from the government welfare system.
  • by PK Location: Greenville on Aug 4, 2010 at 03:45 PM
    Dave: I'll ask again: Working? In your field of "English"? Or still living off the dole? Including the dole of we taxpayers here in NC? Living in Greenville? Elsewhere? Why so shy when it comes to questions? You are normally here bashing all the time? Some things and questions that you are personally avoiding? Don't think it's obvious? It is. I'll be here waiting your (non) response. Your avoidance over several months and many varying message board posts reek pathetically. Stop the denial and the maladaptive projective defense mechanisms and go to work. Or answer these very simple and basic questions. Thank you sincerely, a productive ECU graduate and taxpayer.
  • by Easy U on Aug 4, 2010 at 02:47 PM
    To Sam: ECU is not a 4 year school, actually it is closer to a 6 year school since thats how many years it takes the average student at Easy U to graduate. Seems like a lot of students have to take the same class several times in order to pass and graduate.
  • by OutsideLookingIn Location: ENC on Aug 4, 2010 at 02:27 PM
    Ummm, it's 2010...not 2011 yet.
  • by Sam Location: Kitty Hawk on Aug 4, 2010 at 01:51 PM
    To "To Sam" personally I don't like the fact that Jon Williams is on our football team and if I was the coach, he would have been kicked off already once he hit some dude with a glass bottle outside of a club. Dex, if you think that ALL of Eastern North Carolina as a whole is trashy, then you must be high on something. Only certain parts are which I'll give you, like Rocky Mount, Goldsboro, Ahoskie, Tarboro, and Jacksonville. Only a certain part of Greenville is that way (the part between downtown and the hospital) Where I live at dude is the beach. You don't hear about crime happening around here. This is an upscale area with trustworthy people. This is where you have a lot of retired people, especially around Duck. Get real dude.
  • by Sam Location: Kitty Hawk on Aug 4, 2010 at 01:25 PM
    Dex, if the classes at East Carolina were so easy, then East Carolina would not be a four-year University. It makes me wonder if you are Dave making up the name Dex, because that sounds like a typical Dave comment.
  • by To Sam on Aug 4, 2010 at 01:11 PM
    I don't care either way about PSU or ECU, but why bring in cry baby Larry Johnson when ECU has that Williams kid from Greenville that has been kicked off the team two years running. Pot calling kettle black.

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