There was a thread started by ecb
a week or so ago that had some great advice, you may want to read that.
I'd probably start by going to your daughter's school guidance counselor and picking up some of the guide books offered there. Your options will vary greatly depending on what she thinks she may want to study.
"Party Schools" can be state or private, "expensive" or "cheap" (those terms are relative, cuz "cheap" schools are still gonna set you back into the tens of thousands over 4 years!)
, large or small, christian or not.
And a Party School to one potential student may be a hard working environment for another--it's what you make of it. If you want spend you days drunk you'll probably find a way to do it even on the driest campus (and likely find a very dangerous way to do it). And I've known studious people who had discipline, buckled down, studied and got great educations at large state schools that some might consider "Party Schools."
Linky to thread mentioned above