College is a time of exploration and growth. It’s a time when young adults learn about themselves and the world around them. For many, it’s also the first time away from home. This can be an exciting but scary time. Luckily, movies have been created to capture the essence of college life. Here are 10 college movies that are worth watching!
Animal House 
Larry (Thomas Hulce) and Kent (Stephen Furst) attempt to join the Omega Theta Pi House when they arrive at college, but are rejected. They try the notoriously rowdy Delta Tau Chi House and gain admittance after lowering their expectations. The problem is that the college dean (John Vernon) has it in for them.
Higher Learning 
In John Singleton’s intense study of college life during the 1990s, a group of incoming freshmen at Columbus University – including varsity athlete Malik Williams (Omar Epps), awkward outcast Remy (Michael Rapaport) and wide-eyed Kristen Connor (Kristy Swanson) – struggle to define themselves and get used to newfound freedom.
Old School 
In this riotous comedy, three thirtysomething guys (Luke Wilson, Will Ferrell and Vince Vaughn) attempt to relive their college days by starting their own fraternity. The plan hits a snag when the dean of students (Jeremy Piven) gets wind of it and threatens to shut them down.
House Party II 
Kid (Christopher Reid) goes to college, but he runs out of money just as classes begin. In search of funds, he ecruits his old party buddy Play (Christopher Martin) to organize a pajama party.
In this comedy, a high school slacker (Justin Long) fakes his way into a college after being rejected by every other school. He starts up his own bogus college, attracting all the misfits who were also rejected.
Real Genius 
A high school prodigy (Val Kilmer) is recruited by a professor (William Atherton) to work on a top-secret military project at a college. But the student soon discovers that he’s being used as a pawn in the professor’s devious plan.
Revenge of the Nerds 
In this classic nerd comedy, a group of misfit nerds are constantly harassed by the jocks at their college. But when they stand up to the bullies, they end up taking over the school.
22 Jump Street 
In this hilarious action-comedy, Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) are back at it again, this time posing as college students to track down a drug dealer. But as they start to get comfortable in their new roles, they begin to question everything they once knew about being undercover cops.
House Bunny 
Shelly (Anna Faris) is a Playboy bunny who is kicked out of the mansion and must take refuge in a sorority house. She sets out to help the girls of the house become more popular so that they can stay in school.
Monsters University 
Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) and James P. Sullivan (John Goodman) are two monsters who attend Monsters University, where they learn how to scare humans. But when they don’t see eye to eye on the best way to do this, they end up having to work together.