When it comes to being tops in New Jersey for something you'd rather it not be for how many kids you bust with booze, but that's the case for two South Jersey colleges.

It's a fool's paradise to think of college life without loads of underage drinking. In a new New Jersey Advance Media survey of crime reports from the state's 27 residential campuses between 2016 and 2017, data shows more than 2,600 students were arrested or faced with disciplinary action by the school. The most of those infractions came from Rowan University in Glassboro and Stockton in Galloway.

According to NJ.com, school officials chalk the numbers up to how vigilant institutions are about sniffing out students drinking, and the related consequences.

The NJ Advance Media study reportedly included all areas on campus, and nearby locations boasting frat houses and bars.

Here's how the Top 10 shaped up (for 2017):

  1. Rowan University, Glassboro: Liquor law arrests: 100; Referrals for discipline: 387
  2. The College of New Jersey, Ewing Twp.: Liquor law arrests: 74; Referrals for discipline: 271
  3. Stockton University, Galloway: Liquor law arrests: 1; Referrals for discipline: 221
  4. William Paterson University, Wayne: Liquor law arrests: 0; Referrals for discipline: 167
  5. Seton Hall University, S. Orange: Liquor law arrests: 0; Referrals for discipline: 135
  6. Drew University, Madison: Liquor law arrests: 0; Referrals for discipline: 124
  7. Ramapo University, Mahwah: Liquor law arrests: 1; Referrals for discipline: 112
  8. Rider University, Lawrence Twp.: Liquor law arrests: 0; Referrals for discipline: 112
  9. (tie) Felician University, Lodi: Liquor law arrests: 0; Referrals for discipline: 108/St. Peter's University, Jersey City: Liquor law arrests: 0; Referrals for discipline: 108
  10. Fairleigh Dickinson University, Florham: Liquor law arrests: 0; Referrals for discipline: 101

Party on, Garth.

SOURCES: NJ.com; NJ Advance Media