The University of Central Florida is the top college in the country for students seeking sugar daddies.
According to SeekingArrangement.com, UCF ranked number one on the list of top 20 fastest-growing sugar baby colleges in 2013 with 474 new registrants last year.
“Co-eds using SeekingArrangement receive about $3,000 a month from their benefactors, whereas Florida students who do not have a sugar daddy graduate with an average debt of $22,873,” Angela Jacob Bermuda, a spokeswoman for SeekingArrangement.com, told WPBF.com in an email.
Other Florida schools on the top 20 list include Florida International University and the University of South Florida. The University of Florida just missed the list, ranking 21st nationally.
A sugar baby is a young female or male who is financially pampered/cared for by a sugar daddy or sugar mama in exchange for companionship. A “sugar daddy” or “sugar momma” is a professional businessman or businesswoman who serves as a “mentor, sponsor or benefactor” to that younger man or woman.
“SeekingArrangement.com is the largest dating website for those seeking mutually beneficial arrangements,” the company’s website boasts. The site also claims to be the only website focused “exclusively on helping the rich and successful meet the young and beautiful!”