It’s certainly better than being named the top party school.

USA Today reported.

Emerson named nation’s most LGBTQ-friendly college

After surveying 136,000 students representing 380 colleges nationwide, the Princeton Review named Emerson College as the most LGBTQ-friendly higher education institution.

Emerson College is the nation’s only four-year college devoted exclusively to the study of communication and performing arts. Named the most LGBTQ-friendly college by the Princeton Review for the third consecutive year, the Boston-based college is known for its safe and welcoming campus culture.

Emerson achieves this inclusive environment by providing resources to the LGBTQ community. GLBTQ Student Life, a division of student affairs at Emerson, commits to maintaining a safe and inclusive atmosphere in which all community members feel valued and respected, according to Emerson’s website.

In addition to resources provided to college’s LGBTQ community, Emerson promotes tolerance among its student body with help from a campus organization known as EAGLE — short for Emerson’s Alliance for Gays, Lesbians and Everyone. The group was established to promote visibility and acceptance of queer culture throughout the campus and community, according to its website.

As indicated by the organization’s name, EAGLE is open to all Emerson students. It provides the campus community with social, academic, and awareness functions on issues relevant to queer culture.