The importance of alcohol on a college campus should be a question asked by any prospective student (though most often this concern comes from the parents). Drinking can be an occasional addition to social events, or gigantic, booze-fueled parties may rule the campus after dark. Depending on personal preference, this could make or break a student’s decision to attend a school.
But where are the alcohol on campus statistics? What is the college drinking culture on each campus? What do the students say about college drinking?
Here, we have a list of the 20 Liberal Arts campuses least affected by alcohol, as reported by the students. Some are dry campuses, and some may surprise you.
20 Liberal Arts Colleges Least Influenced by Alcohol
|3||Grove City College||PA|
|9||Agnes Scott College||GA|
|11||California Lutheran University||CA|
|12||St. Olaf College||MN|
|13||Nebraska Wesleyan University||NE|
|14||Concordia College at Moorhead||MN|
|17||University of Puget Sound||WA|
|19||Mount Holyoke College||MA|
|20||Bryn Mawr College||PA|