All members are required to pay a registration fee no matter their state or graduate status.There’s a further cost associated with using Right Stuff Dating–ordering the in-depth member profiles that allow you to send emails to other members costs .10 per profile.This package includes your User ID and other information.Using the site means simply looking over the short profiles of other members, then choosing whether you want to order the longer bio and the possibility to contact the person. The Right Stuff goes out of its way to maintain privacy, so there’s a ton of little rules and regulations that members need to follow.Remember that not every college or university degree or faculty position will earn you membership at Right Stuff Dating.Though their list of universities is still a “work in progress”, the list of acceptable schools is pretty long as it is. The normal membership fee is a flat .00 charge for every 6 months of membership.Sure, the fees are a little steep, and having to prove your status as a graduate or faculty member is a pain, but there’s no better source for like-minded educated singles.
If you want, you can opt to receive a postal mail membership package instead of email.Once you shell out the to order the longer profile, you’ll have the option of sending them an email or private message. The first rule is one that all dating sites should put in place–members of Right Stuff Dating are required to reply to all communications sent by other members.At very least, a “polite acknowledgement” is required, just to let the other member know you got their message.To join Right Stuff Dating, you’ll have to provide proof of your graduate or faculty status from one of the following universities: Right Stuff Dating wants to add international universities to the list, and suggests that people who want to join from foreign schools send an email to the site administrator for approval. If you can prove that you are a full-time graduate student or undergraduate, you can pay a discounted fee of .00, so really only faculty pays the full rate.Because of legal issues, members joining from Georgia, North Carolina, Oregon, Washington, Texas, Florida, and Canada don’t pay the membership fee.