Trying to find that perfect college fit can but stressful, but maybe this new ranking will help. At least for the students anyway, not so much for the parents.

College is such a fun experience. I always tell seniors to go to a school that fits them as students but also will help guide and mold them into young adulthood. For four years I grew up, became independent, studied, and partied...hard. That's what you're supposed to do right? Get that full college experience. World Travel just released the Best to Worst College Party Schools and one Missouri and one Illinois school made the list.

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Best Party School in Missouri

No surprise University of Missouri-Columbia is on the list because of its large Greek life and over 22,000 undergrads attend the school, MIZZOU is a popular place to get a quality education and party. The school ranked #23 on the party list.

These events celebrate athletic achievements and serve as a unifying force for students, alumni, and the local community, fostering a sense of belonging and pride in the university.

Best Party School in Illinois

Again, no surprise...The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Coming in at #38 on the list, U of I has just over 32,000 undergrads and is known for unknown celebrations which was created out of a conflict with the St. Patrick's holiday.

This ersatz holiday quickly became the university’s most significant annual party event, showcasing Illinois students’ ingenuity and spirited nature. “Unofficial” has become a hallmark of the university’s social calendar, eagerly awaited by students each year.

Look, kids are going to party. Like I said it's all about that college experience. Just be safe, stay with friends, and you will have the best time of your life when you go to college.

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