By Olivia B. Waxman
October 5, 2015

For college graduates that have a lot of school spirit, the matchmaking service The Dating Ring has ranked alums of various schools based on how dateable they are.

The company analyzed 75,000 feedback reports generated by 6,750 daters ages 18-66 living in New York City (53%) and San Francisco (29%), while the rest are from Los Angeles and Boston. The “2015 College Dateability Rankings” are based on whether users said “yes,” “no” or “maybe” to potential matches. Users who got a “yes” response earned one point, those who got a “maybe” earned half a point, and those who got rejected did not earn any points. Each user’s score was averaged, and an average for all users who attended a certain college was calculated to produce the following ranking.

Happy trolling.

The 10 Best:

1. University of Colorado
2. Yale University
3. University of Texas at Austin
4. Tufts University
5. Wellesley College
6. University of Wisconsin-Madison
7. George Washington University
8. Georgetown University
9. Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT)
10. Washington University in St. Louis

The 10 Worst:

1. University of Massachusetts Amherst
2. University of Florida
3. UC Santa Barbara
4. Colgate University
5. University of Virginia
6. San Francisco State University
7. UC Berkeley
8. UCLA
9. San Jose State University
10. Duke University

Write to Olivia B. Waxman at olivia.waxman@time.com.

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