The University of Colorado’s Boulder campus is ranked No. 10 on this year’s “Reefer Madness” list compiled by the Princeton Review, down from the No. 7 ranking last year.
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CU topped the Reefer Madness list in 2012. Norlin Quad used to host thousands of tokers on April 20, considered a pot holiday, but the campus appears to have succeeded in snuffing out the annual gathering in recent years. CU has also been taking steps to erase its reputation as a party school.
Cannabis usage is not permitted anywhere on campus.
Ithaca College in New York held on to the top spot on the Reefer Madness list, followed by University of California-Santa Cruz at No. 2 and Skidmore College at No. 3. CU had the largest enrollment among the top 10 on the list at 27,010 students.
The campus also got high marks in other categories, coming in at No. 17 for best athletic facilities and No. 17 on the “Everyone Plays Intramural Sports” list.
CU was ranked No. 17 on the “Most Beautiful Campus” list and No. 19 on the party schools list.
This is The Princeton Review’s 62nd annual college rankings list. The education website surveyed 143,000 students at 381 schools to shape its lists.
The Reefer Madness list was compiled based on students’ answers to the question “How widely is marijuana used at your school?”