"Over the past few years, the number of college students using our site has exploded," says Brandon Wade, the 41-year-old founder of Seeking Arrangement.Of the site's approximately 800,000 members, Wade estimates that 35 percent are students.Admittedly plans to add modules to help with test prep, essays, financial aid, and college visits.
But unlike other dating sites, where a user might also list preferred hobbies or desired traits, Taylor instead indicates preferences for a "sugar daddy" and an "arrangement" in the range of $1,000 to $3,000 a month.
Saddled with piles of student debt and a job-scarce, lackluster economy, current college students and recent graduates are selling themselves to pursue a diploma or pay down their loans.
What we like the most about Admittedly is how they compare to other college search sites like Zinch, Cappex, and even Naviance.
These sites (you may or may not know) make money by selling student data to colleges, so schools can decide which students to follow-up with and market to.
In return, the site offers a list of colleges and universities to consider, along with whether the school is a reach, target, or likely school.