Iowa. The Hawkeye faithful lead the annual Princeton Review list of the best places to toss back a keg or two while on the way to your degree.
Not far behind was the University of California, Santa Barbara followed by another Midwestern school, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Finishing out the top five were the Mountaineers of West Virginia University, and Syracuse University.
The Des Moines Register reports the rankings are based on more than alcohol consumption. Also taken into consideration are drug use, fraternities and sororities, and how much time is spent hitting the books as well as the bars.
The University of Iowa is not enjoying the notoriety.
A school spokesman claims problem drinking has fallen in their student population since 2009.
New data says 75% of Iowa students reported drinking in the last 30 days. That’s above the national average but still the lowest in 20 years for IU.
On the other end of the scale is the "stone-cold sober schools" list.
Leading that group once again is Brigham Young University Illinois' Wheaton College following in second place.