(WXIA) – The Princeton Review has released its annual collegiate superlatives listings, which includes the top party and jock schools around North America.

UGA landed at number 13 on the list of the top party schools for this year – behind Syracuse University in the number one slot. Macon's Wesleyan College, in comparison, took the number 12 slot on the list of "stone cold sober" schools – Brigham Young University landed the number slot in that category.

Georgia Tech was listed at number 16 on the list of schools with the best athletic facilities in the survey.

The surveys look at 62 different categories at schools from across the United States and Canada. Full details can be found in the Princeton Review's book The Best 379 Colleges: 2015 edition. More than 130,000 students at schools across North America were surveyed for the book and listings.

Other categories which included Georgia schools on their listings:

Best college library: Emory University - #6

Best health services: University of Georgia - #19

Financial aid not so great: Spelman College - #1

Most religious students: Spelman College - #19

"Town-Gown" relations are great: Agnes Scott College - #10

Best college dorms: Emory University - #18

Most beautiful campus: Agnes Scott College - #18

Best quality of life: Agnes Scott College - #19

Best athletic facilities: Georgia Institute of Technology - #16

Nobody plays intramural sports: Spelman College - #17

"There's a game?": Spelman College - #9

"Lots of hard liquor": University of Georgia - #5

"Lots of beer": University of Georgia - #17

"Don't inhale": Wesleyan College - #12; Agnes Scott College - #18

"Scotch and soda, hold the scotch": Wesleyan College - #7

"Got milk?": Wesleyan College - #6; Spelman College - #8; Agnes Scott College - #19