Where every week feels like Spring Break

You can party like it’s Spring Break all year long by transferring to one of the top party schools in Texas.

Niche.com provides reviews, rankings, statistics and insights from not only professions but also everyday people.

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Niche College allows students to find in-depth reviews on more than 8,000 colleges nationwide.

Niche College released its 2016 Top Party School rankings, with two Texas schools ranking in the top 20. The ranking is based on student reviews of schools with vibrant and diverse party scenes, both on and off campus, access to bars and ratings of their peers. The University of Texas ranked No. 6 nationally and No. 1 in the state with a 4.1 out of 5, and an A- rating for access to bars.

Southern Methodist University ranked No. 14 nationally and No. 2 in the state also with a 4. 1 out of 5, but with a B+ rating for access to bars.

Of 1,475 universities ranked across the U.S., the top 100 party schools contained five additional Texas universities including: Texas State University – San Marcos No. 39 nationally and No. 2 statewide; Texas Christian University – Fort Worth No. 60 nationally and No. 4 statewide; Rice University – Houston No. 80 nationally and No. 5 statewide; Texas A&M University – College Station No. 85 nationally and No. 6 statewide; and Texas Tech University – Lubbock No. 89 nationally and No. 7 statewide.


 

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Veronica Barrera

Veronica Barrera is a reporter for the Del Mar College Foghorn. She joined the staff in Spring 2015 and is an aspiring journalist. You can reach Veronica at vbarrera@foghornnews.com or follow her on Twitter @veeiliana.

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