The 12 Worst College Towns In The United States

The 12 Worst College Towns In The United States
World
Like Us On Facebook
Like Us On Facebook

There are tons of great colleges in America- most located in great cities or quaint towns. Of course, it’s very good to know where these schools are located when considering different colleges- but it is even more important to know what schools, and the awful towns that they are located in, need to be avoided at all costs.

Here is a list of the 12 Worst College Towns In The US.

12. Bates College Chapel — Lewiston, ME

11. Baylor University — Waco, TX

10. Union College — Schenectady, NY

9. Ohio Northern University — Ada, OH

8. Wheaton College — Norton, MA

7. Hofstra University — Hempstead, NY

6. Wabash College — Crawfordsville, IN

5. University of the Pacific — Stockton, CA

4. Albion College — Albion, MI

3. New Jersey Institute of Technology — Newark, NJ

2. United States Coast Guard Academy — New London, CT

1. Tuskegee University — Tuskegee, AL

Paul Hudson | Elite. 

Share Tweet
React
Like Us On Facebook
Like Us On Facebook

Paul Hudson

A young writer, philosopher, and entrepreneur, Paul Hudson (@MrPaulHudson) has been writing for Elite Daily nearly since the start. Currently located in Manhattan, Paul Hudson primarily devotes his time between writing for Elite Daily and a mining startup in Turkey. He loves sharing his life experiences with his readers and makes sure to practice what he preaches.

More In World

World Sean Levinson

Men In Pakistan Make Curry Using Over 100 Dead Bodies They Dug Up

Pakistan has decided that 2014 is probably a good time to officially declare cannibalism a crime. The two proposed laws were inspired by brothers Mohammad Arif Ali, 35, and Mohammad Farman Ali, 30, who were found last April to have dug up over 100 dead bodies from a local graveyard to feast upon. Residents of […]

World John Haltiwanger

4 Reasons Why You Won’t Catch Ebola On The Subway

Ebola has now arrived in New York City, which has prompted fears about the potential of the disease to spread across the city. It’s understandable that this news would be frightening to people. After all, New York is the most populous city in the country, and Ebola is a foreign disease with no cure. Not […]

World Sean Levinson

High School Shooting In Washington Leaves Two Dead And Four Injured

A high school student fatally shot himself and one other student at a Washington school just north of Seattle this morning. Up to four others were injured, all of whom are students. Shots were reported to have been fired at Marysville-Pilchuck High School at around 10:45 am. The Seattle Times reports that the shooter, believed […]

World Sean Levinson

Cellist Eerily Plays A Duet With Her Own Brainwaves (Video)

Chicago Symphony Orchestra cellist Katinka Kleijn has composed a duet combining her cello with the sound her brainwaves make. She did this by way of an EPOC Neuroheadset, an electroencephalography (EEG) device containing 14 sensors that records the speed, volume and depth of her brain activity, the Chicago Reader reports. Sound engineer Ryan Ingebritsen and […]

World Emily Arata

You Can Now Buy A $2,000 UGG Rug That’s As Cozy As It Is Ridiculous

If you’re in the market for a new rug, look no further than UGG’s just-introduced home collection. The selection of luxury furnishings includes a $2,000 Classic Leather-Bound Rug made from “sumptuous” wool. In case the price doesn’t throw you off, the rug’s fine print mentions it can’t be exposed to sunlight or washed. Instead, this […]

Also On Elite

World

Intense Sorority Email Tells Members They Are Not Allowed To Be Seen With Any Boys

When Greek-system stories circulate the Internet, they’re usually tales of sorority hazing or fraternity party disasters. But a student from the University of California, Davis, sent Total Sorority Move (TSM) an email supposedly written by a Greek administrator and sent to recruiters across the entire Greek system. The letter informs sorority members that they are not allowed […]

World

Most Patriotic Guy Ever Plays National Anthem By Shooting A Rifle (Video)

For much of the country, guns are a major figure of the American culture. In fact, a gun-toting patriot is perhaps the most invasive stereotypical image of the American citizen. The man in this video does nothing to disprove that stereotype. In a show of fierce patriotism, he plays “The Star Spangled Banner” — with […]

Music

Watch The Throne: TomorrowWorld Reigns As The Country’s Ultimate Festival

There are festivals, and then there is TomorrowWorld. Over 160,000 TomorrowWorld fans learned the difference as the month of September came to a close. Comparatively, ID&T’s US-based version of its globally recognized festival Tomorrowland is unparalleled in its overall experience when stacked against other American dance music festivals. While other festivals are participating in what […]

Envision

Before And After Photos Of Presidents Prove Politics Really Take A Toll

Running an entire country isn’t easy and it doesn’t take being President of the United States to realize that. All you have to do is look at a batch of before and after photos highlighting the physical toll a presidential term or two takes on the human body. We recently came across a collection of […]

World

Walmart And Amazon Thought This Sexist Batman Shirt Was A Good Idea (Photo)

Every child would prefer to be the superhero rather than the sidekick. The same goes for super spouses. Walmart and Amazon are receiving backlash after selling a DC Comics-licensed girls’ T-shirt that reads, Training to be Batman’s wife. The pale pink letters and curled script let potential buyers know just how feminine this shirt is […]

World

The New CEO Of PayPal Once Spent 24 Hours Living Homeless

The soon-to-be CEO of PayPal once spent 24 hours living on the streets of New York to better understand the lives of the homeless. Dan Schulman wrote in The New York Times in 2009 that his company, Virgin Mobile, supported a nonprofit organization called StandUp for Kids. Run by Rick Koca, the nonprofit distributes survival […]