FAF Magazine Ranks The 50 Schools With The Hottest Girls

Hottest Girls

FAF Magazine recently released a list of the 50 schools with the hottest girls, and we had to cover it because, well, it’s FaF. The magazine used a program called Niche to determine the ranking, but it provides no explanation as to what that actually means. I dug around a bit, and, in short, the results were determined based on the opinions of students and recent alumni. (If you’re interested in the full methodology, read about it here.) The results tend to rank some schools that are widely accepted as “hot schools” pretty low on the list, such as FSU, UGA, and USC. Arizona is nowhere to be found, so some are questioning the validity of the list, but my alma mater is on here, so you won’t hear any complaints from me.

50. Florida State University — Tallahassee, Florida
49. Trinity College — Hartford, Connecticut
48. San Diego State University — San Diego, California
47. University of Delaware — Newark, Delaware
46. University of South Carolina — Columbia, South Carolina
45. Elon University — Elon, North Carolina
44. University of Wisconsin – La Crosse — La Crosse, Wisconsin
43. California Polytechnic State University — San Luis Obispo, California
42. Indiana University – Bloomington, Indiana
41. Azusa Pacific University — Azusa, California
40. Franciscan University of Steubenville — Steubenville, Ohio
39. Lee University — Cleveland, Tennessee
38. Union College – New York — Schenectady, New York
37. Hampton University — Hampton, Virginia
36. Boston University — Boston, Massachusetts
35. University of Georgia — Athens, Georgia
34. University of Texas – Austin — Austin, Texas
33. Clemson University — Clemson, South Carolina
32. Loyola University Maryland — Baltimore, Maryland
31. University of Alabama — Tuscaloosa, Alabama
30. University of Kentucky — Lexington, Kentucky
29. Skidmore College — Saratoga Springs, New York
28. Howard University — Washington, D.C.
27. University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill – Chapel Hill, North Carolina
26. Abilene Christian University — Abilene, Texas
25. University of Arkansas — Fayetteville, Arkansas
24. Biola University — La Mirada, California
23. Tulane University — New Orleans, Louisiana
22. Southern Methodist University — Dallas, Texas
21. Boston College — Newton, Massachusetts
20. University of Mississippi — Oxford, Mississippi
19. Wake Forest University — Winston-Salem, North Carolina
18. Pepperdine University — Malibu, California
17. Bucknell University — Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
16. University of Miami — Coral Gables, Florida
15. Brigham Young University — Provo, Utah
14. University of San Diego – San Diego, California
13. Texas Christian University — Ft. Worth, Texas
12. College of Charleston — Charleston, South Carolina
11. Georgetown University — Washington, D.C.
10. Colgate University — Hamilton, New York
9. University of Virginia — Charlottesville, Virginia
8. University of Southern California — Los Angeles, California
7. University of California – Santa Barbara – Santa Barbara, California
6. Rollins College — Winter Park, Florida
5. Vanderbilt University — Nashville, Tennessee
4. Santa Clara University – Santa Clara, California
3. James Madison University – Harrisonburg, Virginia
2. Chapman University – Orange, California
1. Miami University – Oxford, Ohio

[via FAF Magazine]

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Veronica Ruckh

Veronica (@VeronicaRuckh) is the Director of Total Sorority Move for Grandex, Inc. After having spent her undergraduate years drinking $4 double LITs on a patio and drunk texting away potential suitors, she managed to graduate with an impressive GPA and an unimpressive engagement ring -- so unimpressive, in fact, some might say it's not there at all. Veronica has since been fulfilling her duties as "America's big," a title she gave to herself with the help of her giant ego. She has recently switched from vodka to wine on weekdays. Email her at

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