PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The list is in, and two local universities made the cut.

Newsweek rates the top 25 party schools by using a methodology that includes colleges considered to be a best-fit for students interested in partying, the number of on-campus arrests and disciplinary actions for drugs and alcohol, and whether a school made it on Princeton Review’s top lists of party schools or beer-drinking schools.

With an undergraduate enrollment of 38,954, disciplinary actions equaling 674, and arrests equaling 967, Penn State has been ranked second on Newsweek’s 2012 list of top party schools.

PHOTOS: Top 25 Party Schools

Check out the entire list below:

1. West Virginia University
2. Pennsylvania State University
3. University of Colorado-Boulder
4. Ohio University
5. Union College (N.Y.)
6. University of New Hampshire
7. University of Wisconsin-Madison
8. Colgate University
9. University of Florida
10. Indiana University-Bloomington
11. University of Vermont
12. DePauw University
13. Florida State University
14. University of Iowa
15. University of Mississippi
16. Sewanee-The University of the South
17. The University of Texas at Austin
18. University of California-Santa Barbara
19. Lehigh University
20. University of Dayton
21. University of Georgia
22. University of Maryland-College Park
23. Plymouth State University
24. Arizona State University
25. Rollins College

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