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Top 10 Party Schools of 2012 Released By Playboy

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That crisp autumn chill in the air can only mean one thing – it’s party time! And the fine folks at Playboy are celebrating in style with their new list of the top ten party schools of 2012.

The rankings are based on data from a variety of sources, including “readers, students, alumni, campus representatives and others.”  They also utilized more objective data, like male-female student ratios, local proximity to worthwhile party spots, and academic and athletic statistics.

You can check out the full list by scrolling through the above gallery.

So, did your party school of choice make the list? If it didn’t, just remember, there’s always room for improvement.  So don’t quit now.  Just buy a keg and a disco ball, and get yourself right back up on the horse.

Check out Playboy’s infographic below, which will help you garner a better understanding of how these schools made their Top Ten Party Schools list.

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