List of Southern California Campuses With Sugar Babies

At least 18 local colleges have students seeking "sugar dadies"

By Melissa Pamer
|  Tuesday, Jan 15, 2013  |  Updated 9:34 PM PDT
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List of SoCal Campuses With Sugar Babies

UCLA, pictured, has more "sugar babies" seeking "sugar daddies" than any other campus in Southern California, according to

advertisement provided NBC4 with the number of "sugar babies" at the following Southern California campuses.

More: LA "Sugar Daddy Capitol" for College Co-eds

Listed are the number of female sugar babies who signed up in 2012, followed by the total number of active female sugar baby accounts from students at that school. They're in descending order by the total number of accounts.

1. UCLA: 64 new members, 180 members total
2. University of Southern California: 24 new members, 70 members total
3. UC Riverside: 48 new members, 69 total members total
4. UC Irvine: 21 new members, 64 members total
5. Cal State Northridge: 19 new members, 59 members total
6. Cal State Long Beach: 12 new members, 45 members total
7. Cal State Dominguez Hills: 11 new members, 37 members total
8. FIDM/ Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising: 14 new members, 29 members total
9. Cal Poly Pomona: 10 new members, 26 members total
10. Cal State LA: 4 new members, 24 members total
11. Occidental College: 9 new members, 21 members total
12. Pepperdine University: 8 new members, 19 members total
13. Pomona College: 5 new members, 18 members total
14. Loyola Marymount University: 3 new members, 7 members total
15. Chapman University: 6 new members, 5 members total
16. CalArts: 1 new member, 4 members total
17. University of Redlands 1 new member, 3 members total
18. Caltech: 1 new member, 2 members total

By comparison, the school with the most new sugar baby members in 2012 was Georgia State Univesity, with 292 new members and 382 total members.


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