AUSTIN — When the doorways available at some University of Texas fraternity events, teenage boys and women want to pay two items: a state-issued id and their phone, using their Tinder University profile pulled up. In the event that pupils would not have a Tinder U profile, these are generally expected to generate one, even though it indicates getting the software the very first time — as well as if they’re in a reliable relationship. No software, no entry.
Just scan to sign up
“Simply scan to enlist!,” read a poster outside one celebration this springtime, talking about A qr that is scannable printed below a burnt-orange Longhorn. “Must: be within five kilometers of campus, be ages 18-22, have actually a current tinder profile, have actually UT Austin in your profile.”