VCU voted among top 20 “sugar baby” schools

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Most of us can admit that going to college isn’t cheap.

To help pay for the costs, many students will apply for scholarships, or take out loans.

But now there appears to be another option—turning to a “sugar daddy”

The website recently released its annual top 20 fastest sugar baby schools.

And coming in at number 18 on the list was Virginia Commonwealth University.

According to the site, a million students used to help fund their education.

Brook Urick, spokesperson for says the site didn’t start out for students.

However, in the last few years, she says they’ve seen an increase in students signing up.

“What they’re looking for is a relationship with someone who can not only pay for college but can potentially better their lives.”

Several students spoke off camera about people they know who use this service because of the high costs of going to college.

But not everyone agrees with this sort of “arrangement.”


  • Timmmy_McFadden

    I don’t see what the problem is. Men are going to pay for it one way or
    another anyway, whether it’s money on the table, or a mortgage (followed
    by alimony and child support) paid for so that a woman can live off of
    someone else’s sweat. That’s just the way it is.
    As a general, every woman has a price tag attached to her.

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