Report: Penn Students Are Tinder’s Hottest Ivy Leaguers

In case the university with the most billionaire graduates in the country needs anything else to boast about.

Photo by temizyurek/iStock

Photo by temizyurek/iStock

The university that touts the most billionaire graduates in the country is also apparently the most attractive.

Dating app Tinder has released information for a Business Insider report claiming that students at the University of Pennsylvania receive more right (“yes”) swipes than those at Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Princeton, Yale, or Harvard.

Tinder found the data according to users that have the schools listed in their profile – a move that certainly can’t hurt your dating game, according to CEO Sean Rad. The Ivy Leagues were ranked according to who received the highest percentage of right swipes in September, and the sizes of the universities were taken into account as well.

Penn took the cake, with Brown and Columbia following. Harvard ranked last (womp womp).

Columbia students technically found the most success, with those students receiving the most matches in September, meaning both users swiped “yes” to each other. Penn came in second for that category.

And at least Harvard students got the most monthly “Super Likes,” meaning people really, really wanted to match with them.

So there you have it, Penn students, in case you needed anything else to party or boast about – other than, you know, the fact that your future fellow alums made up 5 percent of last year’s Forbes 400 list, which ranks the nation’s richest people.

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