Website says 200+ University of Colorado students looking for 'sugar daddies' to pay for school

LAS VEGAS - A website promising to hook up people looking for "sugar daddies" and "sugar mommies" says more than 200 students at the University of Colorado have signed up.

The website, called "Seeking Arrangement," says it is "specifically for those seeking mutually beneficial arrangements or mutually beneficial relationships, namely, sugar daddies, sugar mommies and sugar babies."

The company said 42 percent of its profiles are from college students "seeking financial aid from wealthy benefactors."

The company listed CU in the top 10 fastest growing "sugar baby" schools based on the number of new sign-ups:

- 1. University of Central Florida - 474

- 2. Arizona State University - 409

- 3. New York University - 347

- 4. Georgia State University - 269

- 5. Temple University - 251

- 6. University of Colorado - 232

- 7. Kent State University - 219

- 8. University of Southern California - 211

- 9. University of California, Davis - 192

- 10. Texas State University - 189

The average college "sugar baby" receives approximately $3,000 per month to cover the cost of tuition, books and living expenses, Founder and CEO, Brandon Wade said last year.

The website allows users to browse 30 profiles without signing up. While 7NEWS was unable to find any of the CU students, we did find two Colorado men offering to become "sugar daddies."

A 56-year-old man from Greenwood Village wrote, "Handsome, Classy Gentleman Is Looking For You!"

A 64-year-old man in Centennial said, "Looking for mile high adventure."

Both men said they had a negotiable budget.