The descriptions came from Niche.com, a college review site penned by students.
At 62%-female Boston University, “Freshman year is a sexual explosion…
There are girls to go around, and around again,” according to Niche.
At 63%-female James Madison University, the “deficiency of guys creates a scene that tends to embrace random hookups.” Even at Baylor University—a Baptist university steeped in Christian values—Baylor’s ratio of three women for every two men has a huge impact on college dating.
The problem, based on research and interviews I conducted for DATE-ONOMICS, is that few applicants appreciate the extent to which gender ratios shape the dating cultures at their chosen schools.