Schools That Study The Least: Princeton Review List
Sometimes, studying is a drag! There are other things to do in college, like learn about life!
The Princeton Review has put together their list of the 10 least studious schools. On it? A number of different institutions, including 7 schools in the south. We totally get it -- who would want to study when there is such sunny weather outside?
Check out this list of the 10 least studious schools. Then tell us, do you agree with this list? Weigh in below!
1. The University of Alabama--Tuscaloosa
University of Alabama student Tyler Womack sets up seat backs on the bleachers at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012. Top-ranked Alabama hosts Western Kentucky in an NCAA college football game on Saturday. (AP Photo/The Tuscaloosa News, Michelle Lepianka Carter)
2. University of North Dakota
FILE - This March 16, 2012, file photo shows North Dakota hockey players wearing Fighting Sioux logo jerseys that were replaced by new jerseys during WCHA Final Five Championships in St. Paul, Minn. The years-long battle over the University of North Dakota
3. West Virginia University
FILE - In this Jan. 2, 2008, file photo, West Virginia interim head coach Bill Stewart looks on from the sideline in the first half of the Fiesta Bowl college football game against Oklahoma in Glendale, Ariz. The former coach died Monday, May 21, 2012, of what athletic department officials said was an apparent heart attack. A statement issued by spokesman Michael Fragale said Stewart's family notified the university on Monday. Fragale said Stewart was golfing at the time. Stewart, 59, resigned last summer and was replaced by Dana Holgorsen the same night. Stewart had gone 28-12 in three seasons after taking over for Rich Rodriguez but failed to earn a Bowl Championship Series berth. (AP Photo/Paul Connors, file)
4. City University of New York--Baruch College
New York, NY.
5. University of Mississippi
The photo provided by Ole Miss Communications shows astronomy enthusiasts gather to view the transit of Venus in front of the sun at the Kennon Observatory at The University of Mississippi in Oxford, Miss., Tuesday, June 5, 2012. From the U.S. to South Korea, people around the world turned their attention to the daytime sky on Tuesday and early Wednesday in Asia to make sure they caught the once-in-a-lifetime sight of the transit of Venus, which won't be seen for another 150 years. (AP Photo/Ole Miss Communications, Nathan Latil)
6. University of Maryland-College Park
7. Florida State University
COMMERCIAL IMAGE - In this photograph taken by AP Images for Environmental Defense Fund, Gulf Fisherman's Association and Gulf of Mexico Reef Fish Shareholders Alliance gather before the Committee on Natural Resources Hearing at the Holley Academic Center Florida State University- Panama City in Panama City, Fla., Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012. Attending was House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Doc Hastings and U.S. Representative Steve Southerland, II with the 2nd District of Florida. (Michael Spooneybarger/ AP Images for Environmental Defense Fund)
8. University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA.
9. James Madison University
10. The University of Alabama--Birmingham