If you want to party your way to a college degree, the University of Georgia is the place to be — or you can head on over to Bringham Young in Utah which has been deemed by students as the most sober (hmm..tough call).
The 2011 edition of the Princeton Review is out, and in it are some interesting new categories that go beyond the basics like price per semester and financial aid packages. Instead, the focus has shifted to student life and quality perks that many students and parents may overlook when scouting out schools, like career services, kickass libraries, and (yummy!) quality food.
Here's a basic overview of some of the top rankings:
Biggest Party School: University of Georgia (Athens, GA)
Happiest Students: Brown University (Providence, RI)
Best Library: Harvard University (Cambridge, MA)
Best Career Services: Northeastern University (Boston, MA)
Best Teachers: Reed College (Portland, OR)
Best Food: Bowdoin College (Brunswick, ME)
Best Financial Aid: Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering (Needham, MA)
Worst Financial Aid: Sonoma State University (Rohnert Park, CA)
The test prep giant polled over 122,000 college students within 62 categories.