The “Hottest Colleges in America,” According to Price
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It’s transfer season and many male students are checking out more than just class schedules.

With 35% of its membership being college students, conducted a study that revealed which colleges had the most attractive female student population, as well as the least attractive. This year’s haven for collegiate hotties? The University of Central Florida, where female students received an average bid of $190.

Universities with the “Hottest” Female Students

1.      University of Central Florida – $195 (59%)

2.      Arizona State University – $190 (61%)

3.      University of Tennessee – $185 (84%)

4.      University of California, Santa Barbara -$185 (82%)

5.      New York University – $180 (63%)

6.      University of California, Santa Cruz -$175 (66%)

7.      University of Georgia – $175 (51%)

8.      University of Southern California -$170 (51%)

9.      University of Alabama – $165 (81%)

10.  Texas State University – $165 (78%)

Universities with the Least Attractive Female Students

1.      Duke University – $45 (73%)

2.      West Virginia University – $45 (67%)

3.      University of South Dakota – $50 (59%)

4.      University of Notre Dame – $50 (57%)

5.      Florida State University – $55 (51%)

“Female coeds receive a 66 percent higher offer for a first date, which is the highest of any demographic on our website,” says Brandon Wade. “This increased demand can be attributed to both their beauty and youthful perspective towards life.”


Beauty and youth are always a plus, but what other factors do you believe affect first date offers?


11 Responses to “The “Hottest Colleges in America,” According to Price”

  1. Leroy says:

    All personalities and perspectives are welcome on this blog, while personal attacks and name calling are not. It’s inevitable that there will be disagreements, but let’s handle it as mature adults with class to keep the dialog constructive and respectful. Please refer to the “Blog Etiquette” section for more details. Now comment away and let’s enjoy the blog!

  2. Jake says:

    Of course the “hot” universities are in places with a high cost of living, and the less hot places have a much lower cost of living. It is a huge (and unjustified) leap to conclude that the young women in (say) South Dakota are less attractive than those from (say) Santa Barbara.

    • richard says:

      That is so true. Florida is not a cheap place to live. Rent starts at 400 for a semi-nice place (or more near the coast.) But I am not on this site to pay someones rent. I am here to meet new people and make new friends. I wonder how many of these 195+ dollar dates end well or even materialize… Also just because the date was not over 150 dollars does not mean the female was not attractive. She may just be on this site to meet new people and not to supplement her income from her daytime job…

    • Amy says:

      Sure, super expensive like Knoxville, TN; Tuscaloosa, AL; Athens, GA; rural Austin…? No way.

      I was feeling a little proud (Go Vols!) until I saw the “Least Attractive” list. Two (maybe three…) of those schools are known for having the absolutely douchiest guys. Too bad for my pride, but that’s really a ranking of the men: polite and generous down to…well, not.

  3. Amber says:

    I get higher offer of 300-3,000 and not in college . Those girls getting ripped off ! That’s sad .

    • apb says:

      Those girls aren’t getting ripped. Aside from being arm candy, what does your average lib arts major college gal offer any noteworthy relevance to ANY guy with his ducks in order? Nada.

      I did have one crazy hit from a 19-y.o. from Ohio “with PhD potential”, though I live in Texas. Yeah, okay. Yawn. My pieces of paper were less than impressed.

  4. Ariel says:

    The methodology of this “study” is completely flawed. I get much higher price offers than the above listed amounts, and I did not sign up using my college email. It seems like this website will do anything for a marketing ploy.

  5. Paul the Haul says:

    It amazes me how many women return to this site, even after a long absence. For the women, what is your main reason for returning? Is it because you’re making lots of money, you enjoy the dating, or it makes it easier to date because you’re at least getting paid if the date turns out lousy? What is it?

    • Paul the Haul says:

      I forgot to mention, I’ve been on this site almost since it began, so I see a lot of women come and go.

      • Bella says:

        I’ve actually found a higher quality of men on this site, many that fit my criteria exactly. It really does make dating more fun when I know I don’t have to weed through profiles to find a man that is passionate, intelligent and charismatic (I do put in a few things into the “search” because really old OR young, married, etc. guys just aren’t ever going to work for me).

        By being on this site, I think the men have decided they are willing to pay for the opportunity to date a higher-quality woman. Now, whether the woman that shows up for the date is the one he is excited to go out with is a different story… but imitation is the greatest form of flattery and it’s understandable that some women, believing they are attractive to SOMEONE out there, would sign up as “Attractive Member…”

        But for the most part I have met men that are excited to not have to deal with the games. The women that are on this site are happy to finally have an insurance policy against waste-of-time dates…. and I think most men come here because they know they can get the “in” for a first date with a woman they wouldn’t meet traditionally, and once on that date, they can impress her…

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