The Princeton Review's 62 college rankings are "top 20" lists entirely based on the company's survey of over 120,000 students attending the 376 colleges in its book, The Best 376 Colleges. One of the questions in the survey is "Is there very little discrimination against homosexuals?" There's a top 20 list and a bottom 20 list.
I suppose that discrimination against "homosexuals" also includes bisexual and transgender students, but Princeton Review ought to note that the term "homosexual," a nineteenth century medical term for abnormality, is not very hip with the LGBT community.
The top school is New York University, the worst school is Wheaton College, Wheaton Illinois (not to be confused with the LGBT-friendly Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts).
Huffington Post reports that Wheaton, a religious Christian school in Chicago's west suburbs, has for the second time in three years ranked as the least LGBT-friendly college in the nation. HuffPo also says that in May, some 400 gay, lesbian and supportive alumni of the Christian school signed onto an open letter, which OneWheaton organized, addressed to the student body urging them to resist "feeling alienated, ashamed and afraid" despite the campus's reputation as not being particularly open when it comes to LGBT issues. The letter was issued in response to the school sponsoring a speaker who encouraged those who "experience same-sex attraction" to choose a life of celibacy instead.
My biggest surprises: Providence College, Providence, Rhode Island, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI and Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT, all on the bottom 20 list.
Least surprising: University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, on the bottom 20 list.