College freshman dating grad student
Best of all, since college bars tend to run outrageous drinks specials, it won't even cost you that much to #turnup.
In grad school: The college bar is risky in the same way dating apps are risky in grad school — you'll probably run into your students doing body shots on a high top and honestly, there's very little chance of saving the date after that.
Not only are the classes more difficult but the grading policies are stricter.
In my program, a B was equivalent to an F and anything below that meant automatic expulsion.
The first is that you'll be swiping through professors who might be teaching your classes or whom you might be working closely with on a research project.
Either way, it's sure to leave a queasy feeling in your stomach that'll make you question whether or not you really need to be on dating apps at all.
Here are three ways dating in grad school is The ability to swipe through hundreds of people in your college town and the potential to match with literally anyone who catches your eye both sound ideal.
This is probably an unpopular opinion but I enjoyed grad school way more than I did college.
I appreciated the smaller class sizes, the more intensive research work I got to do, and the ability to work alongside professors I'd admired for years.
As a grad student, you're in a different phase of your adult life.
You're most likely in charge of all of your finances now, you probably have fewer roommates, and hopefully, you're more inclined to do your laundry yourself rather than taking it all home for your mom. Change is scary but I can confirm that Cheetos will remain one of your main food groups so you can at least take comfort in that.