List Ranking The Top 100 Colleges With Hottest Girls That You’ll Almost Definitely Disagree With

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If you’re applying to college soon, print out this list and tack it onto your bulletin board.

Niche, an online service that ranks colleges based on different criteria, has released a list of the 100 schools with the most attractive women.

The methodology to this madness is a little tricky. Broken down to its simplest form, here is the criteria for how each school was ranked:

A high ranking in Most Attractive Girls generally indicates that both male and female students report that their female peers on campus are very attractive.

Without further ado, and with dissent expected, here is the list:

1. Miami University (OH)
2. Chapman University
3. James Madison University
4. Santa Clara University
5. Vanderbilt University
6. Rollins College
7. University of California – Santa Barbara
8. University of Southern California
9. University of Virginia
10. Colgate University
11. Georgetown University
12. College of Charleston
13. Texas Christian University
13. University of San Diego
15. Brigham Young University
16. University of Miami (FL)
17. Bucknell University
18. Pepperdine University
19. Wake Forest University
20. University of Mississippi
21. Boston College
22. Southern Methodist University
23. Tulane University
24. Biola University
25. University of Arkansas
26. Abilene Christian University
27. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
28. Howard University
29. Skidmore College
30. University of Kentucky
31. University of Alabama
32. Loyola University Maryland
33. Clemson University
34. University of Texas – Austin
35. University of Georgia
36. Boston University
37. Hampton University
38. Union College – New York
39. Lee University
40. Franciscan University of Steubenville
41. Azusa Pacific University
42. Indiana University – Bloomington
43. California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo
44. University of Wisconsin – La Crosse
45. Elon University
46. University of South Carolina
47. University of Delaware
48. San Diego State University
49. Trinity College – Connecticut
50. Florida State University
51. University of Colorado – Boulder
52. St. Lawrence University
53. Fashion Institute of Technology
54. University of Iowa
55. Penn State
56. Texas A&M University
57. Bard College
57. Point Loma Nazarene University
59. Wheaton College – Illinois
60. California Lutheran University
61. Florida A&M University
62. Virginia Tech
63. Baylor University
64. New York University
65. Liberty University
66. Oral Roberts University
67. University of North Carolina – Wilmington
68. University of St. Thomas – Minnesota
69. Washington State University
70. Ohio University
71. Providence College
72. Brigham Young University – Idaho
73. Arizona State University
74. Illinois State University
75. Michigan State University
76. University of California – Los Angeles
77. University of Wisconsin
78. Quinnipiac University
79. Brown University
79. California Baptist University
79. Denison University
82. Radford University
83. University of Arizona
84. Loyola Marymount University
85. Texas State University
86. Marist College
86. St. Olaf College
86. Vassar College
89. Colby College
90. University of Florida
91. Wesleyan University
92. Roger Williams University
93. Taylor University
94. High Point University
95. Villanova University
96. Louisiana State University
97. Syracuse University
98.College of the Holy Cross
99. University of Tennessee
100. Colorado College

My initial thoughts:

• Ohio U, LSU, Florida, Ole Miss, Wisconsin, Arizona, Arizona State, Tennessee, Iowa, UNCW, Elon, NYU, Texas, Penn State, UGA, and BYU are all schools that are ranked far too low.
• Miami (OH), James Madison, Colgate, Wake Forest, Clemson, Wisconsin-La Crosse, Oral Roberts, Liberty, and Skidmore are ranked far too high.
• High Point, Lee, Biola, Franciscan University of Steubenville, and Roger Williams University have no business being on this list at all.

I’ll admit that I have a minor bias for big state universities, but I do like small, liberal arts school girls, too. Like Middlebury in Vermont, which has a lot of attractive girls, but wasn’t included.

So what do you think about this list? You buying it or selling it?

[via Niche]

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