Private religious colleges once again dominated the list of the "most sober" schools in the latest Princeton Review rankings, released this week.
Brigham Young University, a private Mormon school in Utah, was not ashamed of its title at all, as demonstrated in a tweet Monday:
BYU is the No. 1 Stone Cold Sober school for the 16th year running. Let's celebrate our Sweet 16 right. pic.twitter.com/LfRyZw1ImV
— BYU (@BYU) August 5, 2013
The Princeton Review bases the rankings on survey responses from 126,000 students nationwide from the 2012-13 and previous two school years. It ranks the top 20 schools in 60 different rankings.
Four colleges from the City University of New York made it into the top 20 most sober schools. Along with the West Point United States Military Academy, California State University-Stanislaus and the New London United States Coast Guard Academy, they were the only public colleges on the list of non-partying colleges. However, the military academies dropped out of the top 10 this year.
Check out the 10 colleges ranked as the most sober in the slideshow below:
Click here to see the list of the top party schools at the other end of the spectrum.