Students of Michigan college campuses are under achievers in partying.

I am very surprised that not a single college campus from the state of Michigan or Indiana made the Top 20 Party Schools of 2020.

After doing a little digging as far back as 2014.  It turns out a Michigan college has never made the Top 20 list.  As a parent, that's pretty awesome news.  As a student...?

The other surprising thing about this list is how many tiny schools are on it.

Here is the full list of the Top 20 Party Schools according to the Princeton Review.

#1  Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY • 15,226 Enrolled

#2  The University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa
Tuscaloosa, AL • 33,028 Enrolled

#3  University of Delaware
Newark, DE • 18,144 Enrolled

#4  West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV • 21,155 Enrolled

#5  Tulane University
New Orleans, LA • 6,773 Enrolled

#6  University of California--Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA • 22,186 Enrolled

#7  Colgate University
Hamilton, NY • 2,958 Enrolled

#8  Wake Forest University
Winston Salem, NC • 5,102 Enrolled

#9  Bucknell University
Lewisburg, PA • 3,597 Enrolled

#10  University of Rhode Island
Kingston, RI • 13,865 Enrolled

#11  University of Maine
Orono, ME • 9,365 Enrolled

#12  Union College (NY)
Schenectady, NY • 2,206 Enrolled

#13  University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison, WI • 32,648 Enrolled

#14  University of Vermont
Burlington, VT • 11,328 Enrolled

#15  Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Indiana, PA • 9,215 Enrolled

#16  University of Florida
Gainesville, FL • 35,491 Enrolled

#17  Sonoma State University
Rohnert Park, CA • 8,565 Enrolled

#18  Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL • 32,472 Enrolled

#19  University of Dayton
Dayton, OH • 8,617 Enrolled

#20  University of Connecticut
Storrs, CT • 19,324 Enrolled