No, the University of Texas is not one of the top 50 universities included in Tinder’s list for the campuses with the most right swipes.
The dating app posted “The Most Swiped-Right Schools” earlier this week using data based on the ratio of right swipes received by each university’s student population.
Though UT consistently scores well in other college rankings, Longhorns were left off the list of the most “right-swiped” students, based on data taken in the spring of 2015 from users between the ages of 18 and 23.
For those who don’t know, users of the Tinder dating app have two choices when browsing potential dates: Swipe right for interested and left for not interested.
Tinder found that Florida State University has the highest rate of right-swiped women while Georgetown University has the highest rate of right-swiped men.
The universities in Texas with the most right-swiped student bodies include Texas Christian University (No. 4 for men), Rice University (No. 13 for men) and Texas Tech University (No. 22 for women). Check out hte
How do you feel about the data, Tinder-using college students of Austin?