With another presidential election looming, a politically-active student body is an important thing to look for in a prospective college. What if you want to protest something or celebrate something else? It is good to have friends to do this with.

The Princeton Review recently named the most politically active colleges in the nation. Washington DC-area schools dominated the list, with American University and Georgetown University taking the top two spots.

Check out our slideshow of the most politically active colleges. Then tell us, do you agree with this list? Weigh in below!

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  • University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

    Ann Arbor, Mich.

  • The Ohio State University

    Columbus, Ohio

  • Trinity College

    Hartford, Conn.

  • Bard College

    Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.

  • Hampshire College

    Amherst, Mass.

  • University of Chicago

  • New York University

    New York, N.Y. - Vice President Joe Biden addresses the NYU Young Democrats.

  • College of the Atlantic

    Bar Harbor, Maine

  • Notre Dame

    Notre Dame, Indiana with parts in South Bend.

  • Grinnell College

  • United States Military Academy

    West Point, N.Y.

  • The University of Maryland -- College Park

  • Warren Wilson College

    Swannanoa Valley, N.C.

  • Texas A&M University -- College Station

    Correction: This slide originally said Texas A&M is in College Park.

  • University of Southern California

    Los Angeles, Calif.

  • New College of Florida

    Sarasota, Fla.

  • Amherst College

    Amherst, Mass.

  • The George Washington University

    Washington, D.C.

  • Georgetown University

    Washington, D.C.

  • American University

    Washington, D.C.