Ivy league dating site
That feeling when your thumb goes numb from all the left-swiping you’ve done on Tinder? General admission is cool but dating apps need a V. The Profile The profile is similar to most apps but there’s a huge focus on education. The League pulls directly from your Linked In and Facebook, which is a hit or a miss, because the Profession listed is not my current position. Search Criteria Input what you’re looking for in a match in Preferences.As a single girl in New York City and lifestyle writer (with major FOMO issues), I’ve pretty much tried every dating app from Tinder and Happn to Bumble and Hinge. Unlike Tinder, you can actually search by height (6 feet and up please! There’s also the option to be Highly Selective, Selective or indifferent to education. ”Strangers ask each other these seemingly innocent questions all the time at bars, but the underlying meaning is clear: Are you intelligent for me to be interested?
The site brags, “SKIP THE VETTING: Remember last time you talked to that dude/chick in the bar for a full hour before they told you they were [18/backpacking from Sydney/living on their parent’s couch/commuting from White Plains]?
Founded by Stanford grad Amanda Bradford, The League sets out to match ambitious, interesting professionals in San Francisco and New York City with other ambitious, interesting professionals.
The Matches The League only gives you five matches per day. Once you “like” a profile and he “likes” you back, you can open up a messaging feature and start chatting. Bankers, professors, doctors, guys who work in political think tanks; everyone was career-driven. Education: Plenty of Ivy League men and advanced degrees.
On Sparkology’s website, it says, “All members are college educated young professionals.
In response to women’s experiences on other sites, we require men to be verified grads of good universities.” The site has a unique format -- women pay a monthly subscription from to (depending on how many months they purchase) and men pay per message, so that they’re not copy/pasting dozens of messages to send out.