Study: ASU ranks #2 for 'Hottest Female Population' - Tucson News Now

Study: ASU ranks #2 for 'Hottest Female Population'

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Arizona State University already has a reputation for being a party school, named among the top 10 of colleges for years. Now it's been handed a new title.

ASU is ranked No. 2 on the list of "Universities with the Hottest Female Population," according to a recent study by date auction website, WhatsYourPrice.com.

Females students from ASU who use WhatsYourPrice.com were valued at $190. That's $110 higher than the national average of $80 for a date.

The University of Central Florida ranked No. 1.

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