Georgia State ranked as fastest growing ‘Sugar Baby’ college

Why take out a college loan when you can ask a Sugar Daddy for tuition money?

Georgia State was ranked as the fastest growing Sugar Baby School in the nation by a dating web site that connects wealthy men with cash-strapped female co-eds. reported Monday a 58 percent increase in the number of college students who signed up in 2012.

Georgia State had 292 new sign-ups, the most of any school in the nation. University of Georgia came in at No. 8 with 148 new users.

“Georgia State prides itself on fostering an enterprising and entrepreneurial spirit among its students,” said Don Hale, vice president for public relations and marketing communications. “We are surely surprised to see it manifested in this way by these women.”

The average student received $3,000 a month in “allowances and gifts,” according to a news release.

Half of the top 20 colleges are schools in the South. Talk about Southern hospitality.