Releases List of “Fastest Growing Sugar Baby Schools”

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One in five households now owe student loan debt, but female coeds in the South are skipping high tuition costs by turning to the “Sugar Baby Lifestyle”., the world’s largest Sugar Daddy website, released its annual list of the “Top 20 Fastest Growing Sugar Baby Schools”.

College should be an opportunity to expand the mind and experience new things. Unfortunately, because of the of recent tuition hikes, the college experience has become greatly unbalanced.

According to’s annual list of the “Top 20 Fastest Growing Sugar Baby Schools”, a rising number of female students from southern universities are turning to the “Sugar Baby Lifestyle” to fund their education. Fifty percent of this year’s list was comprised of southern schools compared to only seven schools in 2011. Georgia State University topped the list, bumping New York University from its number one spot to number two.

The “Top 20 Fastest Growing Sugar Baby Schools”, determined by number of new sign-ups in 2012, is as follows:

1. Georgia State University 292
2. New York University 285
3. Temple University 268
4. University of Central Florida 221
5. University of South Florida 212
6. Arizona State University 204
7. Florida International University 187
8. University of Georgia 148
9. Indiana University 131
10. Texas State 128
11. Kent State University 123
12. Penn State 121
13. University of North Texas 112
14. Florida State University 111
15.Tulane University 109
16. Michigan State University 108
17. Ohio University 103
18. Columbia University 100
19. University of Alabama 96
20. University of California Los Angeles 91

“It’s tough. The South went from being the epitome of success and money to faring the worst in terms of well-being,” says Founder and CEO, Brandon Wade. “Even if NYU is still our biggest Sugar Baby University, the growth of southern female coeds seeking the Sugar Lifestyle is a move in the right direction to bring back Southern charm.” is the world’s largest Sugar Daddy website with over two million members worldwide. In 2011, 40% of the website’s total population was comprised of college students. But after a 58% increase in co-ed signups in 2012, that number rose to 44%. The website encourages the growth of the student population by offering college students a free premium membership upgrade if they register with their college email address (.edu).

“College should be an opportunity to expand the mind and experience new things,” says Wade. “Unfortunately, because of the of recent tuition hikes, the college experience has become greatly unbalanced.”

According to the Pew Research Center, one out of five households are in debt due to student loans. Though the average monthly cost of living expenses, tuition, and book fees varies for each institution, Bloomberg Businessweek estimated the average cost of each student loan at approximately $25,250. With more students debating the true value of a college degree versus the risk of debt, female students on have chosen to find benefactors who can help pay for the high cost of an education.

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About is the premier sugar daddy dating website, and has been featured on such outlets as the New York Times, CNN Headline News, Good Morning America, and ABC 20/20. was founded by self-proclaimed “E-Cupid”, Brandon Wade who was anointed “Mr. Sugar Daddy” by the Wall Street Journal.

BRANDON WADE is a leading dating expert, author, and successful internet entrepreneur who also founded a number of successful niche dating websites including the number one travel dating website -, millionaire matchmaker website -, and online dating auction website –

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