However, Tinder isn't the only free dating app on the market; here are five equally free and convenient dating apps geared toward college students.
Friendsy has been billed as the "Tinder for college students" because you need a email in order to become a member – in that sense, Tech Crunch notes that Friendsy is "Tinder meets vintage Facebook."Similar to Tinder, swiping left means you're not interested, but swiping right prompts a user to choose either to friend, date or hook up.
Almost 3 years to the day from our first DMS date, I'm typing this note one-handed because I'm currently holding our 10 day-old daughter in the other. Michelle and I are also now highlighted in an undergrad sociology textbook in a chapter profiling online relationships.
Thanks again for your genius idea that brought us together. As our conversations continued, I began to slowly realize how cool this girl "Hallie" was and I don't know if it was just me wanting to find someone, but I continued to find myself falling back into talking with this girl, even with all of my other daily activities going on.
"Most of our members are busy young professionals," the creators of the app write on their website.
"We know that one thing everyone looks forward to daily is coffee breaks."Connect with Facebook, and every day at noon, the app will send you a prospective match, prompting the user to like or pass.
It is all because of this site that we have had the best year of our lives.
There are a number of options within College Passions to help connect members, including the following: College ‘Groups’ allow members to find others who share very specific interests / similarities.
They’re probably away from home for the first time, making their own decisions, participating in different kinds of activities, and, most importantly, meeting tons of new people.
The site is free to join, and once you fill out your information and criteria, you can start searching (e.g., by age and location) for matches as well as receiving them.
About 90% of millennials say their phone never leaves their side, and if you’re one of them and you’re single, we’d recommend Zoosk.
The website’s opening phrase isn’t particularly unique. Various completions of the phrase flashes across the screen in neon pink: words like “study buddy,” “adventure,” “girl friend,” “friend,” “free dinner,” “wife,” “husband,” and of course “eternal love.” Sounds like your typical or E-Harmony slogan, right? The site was founded by Columbia University students Balazs Alexa and Jean Meyer last November.
The first prerequisite of a Date My membership is an active university email address, and that’s not something everybody has.