UCF ranked the 15th most polite campus in the nation, according to GrubHub


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Homework is piling up. Schedules are falling by the wayside. Exhaustion is no longer an option, but a necessary evil.

If you're in college, you're probably hungry. There's three options: make food, get food or delivery.

Given the circumstances listed above, it's easy for the average collegiate to handle deliveries with a scowl, but University of Central Florida community is different.

GrubHub has ranked UCF the 15th most polite college in the nation in 2015 for adding "please" and/or "thank you" to their delivery food orders.

GrubHub compiled the list of polite schools by sifting through delivery orders made from Sept. 1, 2014 through Dec. 16, 2014 and Jan. 1, 2015 through June 1, 2015.

The list only includes colleges that are within GrubHub's service area.

Most polite campuses (schools with the most orders containing please and/or thank you):

1. Adelphi University
2. Rhode Island School of Design
3. Hofstra University
4. University of the Sciences
5. UC Davis
6. University of Rochester
7. University of Washington — Tacoma Campus
8. Stanford University
9. DePaul University
10. Roosevelt University
11. Johns Hopkins University
12. Suffolk University
13. The College of New Jersey
14. Washington University in St. Louis
15. University of Central Florida
16. Georgetown University
17. Columbia University
18. University of Pennsylvania
19. New York University
20. Maryland Institute College of Art
21. Princeton University
22. University of San Francisco
23. Wagner College
24. Miami University — Oxford
25. University of Florida

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