With summer just around the corner, the school year has already ended for many. While some may be preparing to go off to college or others may be getting ready for the next semester. Although there is still some time before the next semester starts, it’s never too early to enjoy a few films based on the college experience. From Josh Radnor’s “Liberal Arts” to Jesse Eisenberg in “Adventureland,” check out this list of six films about the college life you can stream on Netflix:

1. “American Pie Presents: Beta House”

Starring: John White, Steve Talley and Christopher McDonald

While not as good as the original “American Pie” films, “Beta House” is still good for a few cheap laughs. After being dumped by his girlfriend Tracy, Erik Stifler and Cooze head to the University of Michigan as freshman. While at college, Erik and Cooze decide to pledge the Beta House fraternity which is run by none other than the legendary Dwight Stifler. Unfortunately, chaos ensues when a frat full of geeks try to put an end to their party house.

2. “Superbad”

Starring: Jonah Hill, Michael Cera and Emma Stone

Although “Superbad” isn’t exactly about college, the film does follow high school seniors in their last weeks of school. Seth and Evan eventually find themselves invited to a party and must somehow obtain alcohol so they can impress the two girls they like. The friends’ quest to lose their virginity before heading to college is complicated when everything that can go wrong does.

3. “Adventureland”

Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart and Ryan Reynolds

During the summer of 1987, college graduate James takes a “nowhere” job at the local amusement park. While James would rather tour Europe before heading to an Ivy League school, he realizes that his amusement park job can teach him everything he needs to know about life, romance and trust.

4. “Liberal Arts”

Starring: Josh Radnor, Elizabeth Olsen and Richard Jenkins

35-year-old Jesse Fisher is invited back to his alma mater in Ohio for a retirement dinner for one of his favorite professors. While back at college, Jesse begins to fall for Zibby, at student at the school. While Zibby is mature for her age, Jesse knows the sixteen-year age difference could make things difficult between them.

5. “Tiny Furniture”

Starring: Lena Dunham, Laurie Simmons and Grace Dunham

Aura is a recent college graduate who has returned home after school. Like any college grad, Aura must now try to figure out what she wants to do with her life.

6. “The Waterboy”

Starring: Adam Sandler, Kathy Bates and Henry Winkler

Film lovers may be tired of Adam Sandler films now, but his 1998 film is one of his best. Sandler plays Bobby Boucher, the waterboy for a college football team. While performing his usual waterboy duties, the head coach of the team discovers Boucher has knack for tackling. Bobby is given a chance to play for the football team but must keep his new position a secret from his overbearing mother.