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It is no secret that going to the college in the US is expensive. So expensive, in fact, that some students are resorting to “sugar daddy” websites to help them pay for their education.

Dating website Seeking Arrangements has unveiled its list of schools with the most “sugar babies.”

The article goes on to state the following:

The matchmaking service, which launched in 2006, requires sugar babies to register with their school emails, so the company combed through its user database to determine which colleges had the most users.

According to the report, Georgia State University in Atlanta had 1,300 students registered as sugar babies, the most in the nation. Georgia State was followed by the University of Central Florida in second place, the University of Alabama in third, and Florida State University and the University of Florida in fourth and fifth places, respectively.

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