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Smith August 13,PM A week or two into my freshman year of collegeI ed a campus scavenger hunt and ended up in a group with a sophomore boy who stuck near me the whole time. I asked current students and recent graduates for their college dating advice. Here's what they said. College is full of beautiful, interesting people, and that can be intimidating. But your friends will hate you for it.

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Set your standards high This one is so so soooo important! Be yourself Would you rather be with someone that makes you feel safe and comfortable with who you truly are, or would to prefer to have to wear a mask around that person all the time? Be confident in who you are, what you want, and what you know you deserve. Wait and see what happens when you get there, because you truly never know. Remember this: All that glitters is not gold.

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Like what you see? But your friends will hate you for it. I asked rating students and recent graduates for their college dating advice. We asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us what they wish they knew about dating in college. And after graduation, dates get a bit fancier than the dining hall, too. Don't get Colege a relationship for at least the first month or two of college.

Your life will be so much easier if you just be yourself, as cliche as it sounds.

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Don't disconnect from the world the moment you start dating someone. Just kidding. Here's what they said.

Be patient and wait for the best possible mate. I started fresh and I highly recommend coming to college single. While I did date in college, particularly during my senior year, my post-college dating life is datint better than my college dating life. Space for what, you ask? They provide a lot of information on protection, space, and emotional health. But this should never be at the expense of your friendships.

For many, college is also a time for serious dating, sexual exploration, and even meaningful relationships. Just be authentic, have fun and enjoy your full college experience, with all its academic and social aspects. Date your classmates, date a townie, go abroad and date a townie there. Wait and see what happens when you get there, because you truly never know.

That is, after all, your ultimate reason for being there. I started fresh and I highly recommend coming to college single. Share it!

Sometimes that can be a good thing! Use school resources. While I did date in college, particularly during my senior year, my post-college dating life is much better than my college dating life. College is full of beautiful, interesting people, and that can be intimidating. College Relationships: 9 Tips for Dating in College Nervous about dating in college or need some advice for navigating college relationships?

The best dating advice for your college years, according to 9 women who have been there

Ignore it. It was just a miscommunication, until you vent to your friends and realize too late that your partner is gaslighting you. A little time between you two will also make you want to see each other more, versus look daing to a break. So do it now!!

College is a time for discovery. First, always be careful about dating women in your classes.

The best dating advice for your college years, according to 9 women who have been there

That small tiff you got in? Take that class you're scared to take, try the new hobby, and venture out on dates! If you have any control over it, avoid dating anyone who lives in your building. Your social skills will also naturally improve as you interact with a lot of different women. Someone who truly cares about you would never put you in such an uncomfortable position.

It was just a miscommunication, until you vent to your friends and realize too late that your partner is gaslighting you. If that's not something you want, you don't have to listen to what everyone says.

For the first time in your life, you have the freedom to truly do what you want, without having to answer to anyone else. How about some more R29 goodness, right here? While we are older and more mature than we were in high school, we still have a lot to learn when it comes to dating in college. I'd never played Frisbee golf before, and I never played it again, advjce if I hadn't taken a risk and tried something new, I never would have found him, and we're still together datong.

Would you rather have someone treat you like an option or a priority?

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