College only dating site
The service includes a survey about your preferences, favorite color, how much you’re willing to spend on a date and other questions relating to their interests.
The creators then go through each survey by hand and match people together.
“It started as a bit of a joke, like, ‘I’m surprised Calvin doesn’t have its own dating website.’ And then we thought, why not?
We could make one,” said Annalise Tanner, one of the creators of the website.
This leaves our members free to focus their valuable down-time on the meaning that if you are currently single, you’re in good company!
One reason for this could be that the demands of modern life don’t leave much time to look for love: with the typical US work week now at 47 hours or more, singles who want to get a toe on the professional ladder are finding their leisure time is at a premium.
We base our suggestions on such important factors as location, relationship desires and personality, ensuring that our matchmaking is done with compatibility in mind.
“The whole basis for the idea was that both genders were looking for each other, yet didn’t have the initiative to go out and do anything about it,” said Brad Bomber, another one of the “doctors,” as they call themselves.
Mysterious Matchmakers started up in March of this year and as of right now has around 20 people signed up.
Dedicated to verified college students and alumni (via education database). Alumni cannot initiate or respond to contact or post status updates.
Members only see intersection of what they are looking for and what other members are looking for. Free messaging and status posting for undergraduates (5 messages/day limit).