Some guys go to yoga classes to pick up girls and some guys enroll in certain colleges to have a greater pool of women to choose from. So if you’re one of these guys, here’s a look at some of the colleges with the most unbalanced female-to-male ratio:
1) College of Charleston: Located in the heart of charming Charleston, South Carolina, this public liberal arts school not only offers a beautiful and historic campus, cutting-edge programs and distinguished professors, but of the 11,000 undergraduate and graduate students, 65 percent are female and 34 percent are male.
2) Sarah Lawrence College: An all-female school until 1968, this renowned small and pricey liberal arts school still attracts more females than males with 74 percent of the 1,200 student body comprised of females and just 26 percent male.
3) Connecticut College: This private East Coast school first started as an all-female college, but began admitting men in 1969. Today, estrogen still reigns queen with 60 percent females and 40 percent males making up its student body.