GSU tops 'Sugar Daddy' list, UGA is No. 8 | News
ATLANTA -- Two Georgia schools are on a national list, one of them at the top, for female students in search of a "Sugar Daddy."
Georgia State University is home to more than 30,000 of some of the brightest and best students in the country.
The Panthers, however, have ranked at the top of an unusual list on the website seekingarrangement.com.
The site puts GSU at No. 1 when it comes to female students seeking out men, known as "Sugar Daddies," who are willing to fund their entire education.
The site says it surveyed nearly 3,000 students who went on line searching for a man. NYU placed second and the University of Georgia came in at No. 8.