Princeton Review's 'Best Colleges' Rank Released, U Wisc. Madison Tops Party List
NEW YORK – The University of Wisconsin-Madison has been named the country's top party school in a survey of 110-thousand college students.
The Princeton Review has released its 2006 edition of "The Best 361 Colleges." The survey ranks the top 20 colleges in 62 different categories ranging from best academic, to toughest to get into, to most beautiful campus.
The top academic school is Reed College in Portland Oregon. Reed also ranks as the least religious of all the schools.
The most religious is Brigham Young University, which is also the top stone-cold sober school for the eighth straight year.
Study author Rob Franek says the book is designed to help college-bound high school students make a more informed college choice.