The University ranked last among all Ivy League institutions in the total number of monthly Tinder matches, according to research published by Tinder.
Tinder is a social, mobile application that allows users to “swipe right” on individuals they find attractive, and "swipe left" on individuals they don't.
In other categories, including “Most Swiped Right Schools,” “Monthly Social Groups,” and “Monthly Super Likes,” the University ranked sixth, seventh, and sixth, respectively.
The University of Pennsylvania ranked first in terms of “most swiped-right schools,” while Columbia earned the top spot in “most monthly matches.”
The University, although ranked highest on the U.S. News and World Report rankings of best universities, was ranked last for “most swiped-right schools,” along with Harvard and Yale.
The feature that added educational information on Tinder user profiles began in November 2015.