COLLEGE

Colleges Biggest On Greek Life According To Princeton Review 2013-14 Ranking

08/09/2013 11:38 am ET
Getty

Students at DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind., are the most obsessed with rushing to join a Greek organization, according to Princeton Review's ranking for the 2013-14 academic year.

Princeton Review this week released its annual ranking of colleges that are biggest on Greek life, based on survey responses from more than 122,000 students over the past couple academic years.

We have some reservations about this list, though, considering Dartmouth College doesn't crack the top 20, despite being the inspiration for "Animal House" and having 60 percent of the eligible student body currently affiliated with Greek organizations. The University of Texas at Austin didn't make the list either, even though the school's Round Up party was featured this week by BuzzFeed as the "epitome of Texan fraterdom."

But the No. 1 school for Greek Life, DePauw, does have three-fourths of its undergraduate men in fraternities. Kentucky's Transylvania University, the second-most-Greek school in Princeton Review's ranking, has half of all guys in frats.

Check out the slideshow below of the top 10 and let us know what you think in the comments section:

The Biggest Colleges For Greek Life: Princeton Review 2013-14
Suggest a correction
Comments

CONVERSATIONS