‘Sugar Daddy’ Dating Website Says A Lot More College Girls Are Signing Up To Help Pay For School

‘Sugar Daddy’ Dating Website Says A Lot More College Girls Are Signing Up To Help Pay For School
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With college tuition continuously on the rise, some college students are resorting to looking for sugar Mommas and Daddies to help split the bill. Thanks to a site called SeekingArrangement.com, founded by Brandon Wade, becoming a sugar-baby is fast, accessible, and manageable.

The controversial online-dating guru has just released a list of the 20 universities with the most sugar baby signups in 2012. Not surprisingly, some of the most expensive colleges in America made the list. Wade says that his website saw a 5% increase in co-ed signups in 2012; 44% of the sugar babies on the site are now college students.

“College should be an opportunity to expand the mind and experience new things,” Wade said in the release.

“Unfortunately, because of the of recent tuition hikes, the college experience has become greatly unbalanced.”

Here is the full list of colleges with the most signups in 2012:

1. Georgia State University — 292 (#11 in 2011)

2. New York University— 285 (#1 in 2011)

3. Temple University — 268 (#5 in 2011)

4. University of Central Florida — 221 (#14 in 2011)

5. University of Southern Florida — 212 (#7 in 2011)

6. Arizona State University — 204 (#8 in 2011)

7. Florida International University — 187 (#20 in 2011)

8. University of Georgia — 148 (#2 in 2011)

9. Indiana University — 131 (#17 in 2011)

10. Texas State — 128

11. Kent State University — 123 (#15 in 2011)

12. Penn State — 121 (#13 in 2011)

13. University of North Texas — 112

14. Florida State University — 111

15. Tulane University — 109 (#4 in 2011)

16. Michigan State University — 108 (#9 in 2011)

17. University of Ohio — 103

18. Columbia University — 100

19. University of Alabama — 96

20. University of California Los Angeles — 91

Paul Hudson | Elite. 

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