Report: UCF 'sugar daddy,' 'baby' community growing

Students trading 'companionship' for tuition

Published On: Jan 30 2013 04:01:06 PM EST   Updated On: Jan 15 2013 08:34:36 AM EST

The University of Central Florida is home to one of the fastest growing communities for "sugar daddies" and "sugar babies," according to a new report. -- a web site that helps "sugar daddies" meet "sugar babies" -- ranked UCF as the fourth fastest-growing sugar baby school in the nation. Three other Florida universities made the list:

A "sugar daddy" or "sugar momma" is a professional businessman or businesswoman who serves as a "mentor, sponsor or benefactor" to a younger man or woman, according to In return, the younger person -- referred to as a "sugar baby" -- offers companionship.

According to, 291 students at UCF use the web site and 221 students joined in 2012.

The top ten sugar baby universities in the country are: