Lawrence said it took him a few months to meet someone on the site.Over those months he said had a few “hit and misses.” According to Lawrence, the site having no cost was one of the main factors that led to him using the site.Some people are still too proud to utilize these apps that are literally at their fingertips.They insist it’s unsafe, slutty, only for tools, etc. Okay, so virtually every young person has heard of Tinder but there’s good reason for it’s insane popularity (the app currently has upwards of 50 million users.) Tinder is a dating and hookup app that has the ultimate goal of setting you up with local hotties.with student loan debt, so much so, that the crushing weight of monthly loan payments come before finding love (or something like it).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.How About We has a very simple premise: user profiles consists of a date idea.The creators of the app emphasize "OFFline dating," discouraging the typical back-and-forth chats that occur via mobile devices.
Coffee Meets Bagel also prides itself on being discreet, you're not likely to ever match with your direct Facebook friends.Lawrence said he believes dating sites can get a bad rap.College dating follows a completely different set of rules than any other dating scene."Just say what you want to do, find someone who wants to go (or let them find you), and get offline," they Date My School promotes a safe, private way for users to meet other students with similar interests through screening and verifying profiles.Only undergrads, graduate students, and alumni that fit your criteria – age, department or major, affiliated institution – will be able to view your profile.You know, the friend who would hint to the babe you’re interested in that you are down to hookup. (Formerly Bang With Friends.) The app, DOWN is Tinder with a personal twist that already has over 2 million users hooked.