It's not new that college is expensive, and students will come up with a number of ways to pay for it — from the traditional, like bartending or babysitting, to the unorthodox, like being a dominatrix.

Or, for some, by getting a sugar daddy.

But where do these sugar babies get their degrees from? Leading sugar daddy website Seeking Arrangement looked at its user info — namely, the number of sign-ups made with university email addresses — in order to find out. Sugar babies are more inclined to sign up for SA using a school email address because it allows them to upgrade to a premium account for free.

And what SA found was surprising: NYU, one of the most expensive colleges in the country and last year's No. 1 school attended by sugar babies, was edged out of the top spot by Temple University. The Philly-based school was ranked No. 4 last year.

The average student debt rose by 13% in 2016, according to Seeking Arrangement. That said, it's no surprise that the site now has 1.2 million student users — who, might we add, receive an average of $2,440 a month in allowances and gifts from their sugar daddies.

Keep scrolling to see the top 20 fastest-growing colleges and universities for sugar babies in 2017.

20

University of Minnesota

Total students in 2017: 284

New sign-up growth in 2016: 71

19

Old Dominion University

Total students in 2017: 188

New sign-up growth in 2016: 74

18

Howard University

Total students in 2017: 225

New sign-up growth in 2016: 79

17

San Francisco State University

Total students in 2017: 243

New sign-up growth in 2016: 80

16

Florida State University

Total students in 2017: 611

New sign-up growth in 2016: 82

15

Michigan State University

Total students in 2017: 644

New sign-up growth in 2016: 86

14

Portland State University

Total students in 2017: 187

New sign-up growth in 2016: 94

13

University of Arizona

Total students in 2017: 231

New sign-up growth in 2016: 96

12

University of South Florida

Total students in 2017: 748

New sign-up growth in 2016: 102

11

University of Texas

Total students in 2017: 714

New sign-up growth in 2016: 103

10

University of Central Florida

Total students in 2017: 949

New sign-up growth in 2016: 104

9

University of Alabama

Total students in 2017: 346

New sign-up growth in 2016: 109

8

Kent State University

Total students in 2017: 1,074

New sign-up growth in 2016: 124

7

Virginia Commonwealth University

Total students in 2017: 367

New sign-up growth in 2016: 133

6

Florida International University

Total students in 2017: 663

New sign-up growth in 2016: 154

5

Texas State University

Total students in 2017: 756

New sign-up growth in 2016: 182

4

Georgia State University

Total students in 2017: 1,088

New sign-up growth in 2016: 188

3

Arizona State University

Total students in 2017: 1,247

New sign-up growth in 2016: 236

2

New York University

Total students in 2017: 1,436

New sign-up growth in 2016: 244

1

Temple University

Total students in 2017: 1,068

New sign-up growth in 2016: 296