FSU is the 16th ranked school for sugar babies in the country

Those student loans have to be paid off somehow

Between college tuition, student loans, rent, food, etc., it’s not cheap being a college student, but many FSU students have found an alternative way to pay off their bills this semester.

SeekingArrangement.com is a sugar daddy dating website where young adults, many of which are in college, are signing up to be paired with a sugar daddy for money. As of January 9th, there are exactly 611 FSU students that have registered with the dating site, becoming ‘sugar babies’, making it the 16th fastest growing sugar baby college in America. The website defines a ‘sugar baby’ as, “Attractive people looking for the finer things in life. They appreciate exotic trips and gifts. Sugar Babies get to experience a luxurious lifestyle, and meet wealthy people on a regular basis.”

According to the website, the average sugar baby can earn on average, $3,000 a month simply by going on dates with other ‘sugar daddies’ on the website. On top of the cash, some sugar babies receive expensive and extravagant gifts from their sugar daddies as well. Site organizer Brandon Wade claims that, “SeekingArrangement.com has helped facilitate hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of arrangements that have helped students graduate debt-free.”

To sign up, just go to SeekingArrangement.com, click join, answer a few questions, and you’re set to start looking for a sugar daddy. The website even offers free premium memberships to all students who sign up using their .edu email addresses.

So ‘Noles, next time you find yourself thinking how expensive that college tuition is and how annoying the financial aid office is, just remember that there is an alternative way to get that cash flow.

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