Well well, NYU. We see you there, University of Georgia. University of Phoenix, don't you have campuses everywhere? That's kind of cheating. Either way, congratulations to these fine establishments, for they have the fastest growing number of "sugar babies" on the website SeekingArrangement.com.
What is a "sugar baby," you might ask? You may know the term "sugar daddies," which refers to men who offer women gifts, money and other lifestyle perks in exchange for a relationship. Effectively, sugar babies are the young ladies who benefit from these types of arrangements. There can be sugar mommies too! We can't leave aspiring male sugar babies out in the cold, no matter how Oedipal their situation may sound.
Male or female, daddy (ick) or baby (double ick), SeekingArrangement.com is a dating site of sorts that matches up these symbiotic pairs. Founder and CEO Brandon Wade says college students make up 40% of the "sugar baby population" and a new list provides a breakdown of which colleges have the most accounts.
Hey, college is expensive! You can't fault a kid for trying.
- New York University (185)
- University of Georgia (155)
- University of Phoenix (144)
- Tulane University (129)
- Temple University (113)
- Virginia Community College (108)
- University of Southern Florida (93)
- Arizona State University (85)
- Michigan State University (81)
- Ivy Tech Community College (78)
But there's more! Click here for the full list.