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MILWAUKEE, WI — According to SeekingArrangement.com’s annual list of the “Fastest Growing Sugar Baby Schools,” an increasing number of female students from the University of Wisconsin, as well as the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, are turning to the “Sugar Baby Lifestyle” to fund their education.
Since 2012, 89% percent more females attending UW and 51% more females attending UWM have signed up on SeekingArrangement.com to find a “Sugar Daddy” to pay for increased tuition and cost of living.
“The population of college Sugar Babies in Wisconsin has steadily increased every year, with UWM leading all major universities in all of Wisconsin,” says Wade. “While some may argue that these women are just using men for their own personal gain, I believe that they are proactive in pursuing a higher education.”
“College should be an opportunity to expand the mind and experience new things,” says Wade. “Unfortunately, because of the recent tuition hikes, the college experience has become greatly unbalanced.” SeekingArrangement.com 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, the total population increased 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). 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 SeekingArrangment.com have chosen to find benefactors who can help pay for the high cost of an education.