Princeton Review Names the Top Ten Least Studious Universities

Princeton Review Names the Top Ten Least Studious Universities
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The Princeton Review is known to compile lists of colleges, from best party schools, to best business schools, and even the most sober schools. Here is their latest list, the least studious schools:

1. University of Alabama
2. University of North Dakota
3. West Virginia University
4. City University of New York- Baruch College
5. University of Mississippi
6. University of Maryland – College Park
7. Florida State University
8. University of Iowa
9. James Madison University
10. University of Alabama – Birmingham

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