Ah, college. It’s a time for learning, job searching, and—if you’re like the average college dude—practicing your game.
And thanks to the new Campus Trends study from dating app Clover, the shallow dudes among us can toss those copies of the Princeton Review and finally rank schools by a different criterion: the likeliness of hooking up.
Here’s how Clover works: Billed as “the fastest way to meet new people on iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch,” Clover strives to be a personality-based dating service (think Match.com) and first-date arranger. Users can choose whether they want to make new friends, find a hookup, or even lock in a long-term relationship. (It’s free to download, but the Premium Service costs about $10-$20, depending on the duration of your subscription.)
We asked Clover CEO Isaac Raichyk to shed some light on the company’s survey by explaining the inner workings of the digital-age matchmaker. Here’s what they found—from hotbeds of kinky action to the campuses teeming with, well, straight-up hot people.