People who find themselves in this category of college students are starting to turn to online dating.
The Global Post reported that 18% of people between 18 to 29 are online dating.
People aged 18 to 30 are more likely to use online dating than other demographics, and some dating sites are targeted specifically to college students.
The Pew Internet and American Life Project found in 2006 that about 11 percent of all Internet users had used online dating.
Online dating once was something people had to keep secret, and was treated as the domain of people who couldn't get a "real" date.
But online dating has gone mainstream, and a 2010 survey found that about 17 percent of people who had married in the previous three years met their spouses online.
There's no specific profile of the sort of person who dates online.
The Catch22 community includes graduate students and young professionals aged 22-40 who have attended the nation's top universities and colleges.