How to Get a College Guy Flirting

One of the fastest ways to get a date is to start flirting with a cute guy. College campuses are good places to do this, as many college guys are single. However, many college guys are shy, and may not know what to do when you start flirting with them. Persistence and friendliness are good starting points if you want to get college guys to start flirting.

Find a cute guy around campus. Good places to look for college guys are in campus libraries, coffee shops, at the gym, or even in class.

Make eye contact with the college guy. When your eyes meet his, smile at him. This shows interest and is a good way to start a conversation.

Approach the cute guy and ask if you can study or work out next to him. When you sit down, pull out your books and start studying, or start working out if you are both at the gym.

Start up a conversation gradually by first asking if he knows anything about the subject you are studying. Guys love to help girls out with just about anything, so this can be a good way to break the ice.

Mix in several questions about the guy during your conversation with him. This will make shy guys open up a bit, as it shows direct interest in who they are. Keep maintaining eye contact when he speaks and remember to laugh if he says anything even remotely funny.

Finish your conversation with him by thanking him for his help and the good conversation, and then ask if he is interested in meeting up again sometime soon. When you thank him for his help give him a small touch on the arm to break the physical barrier.

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  • Facebook friend the cute guy a few hours after meeting him. This is a good way to keep in contact and you can even flirt over Facebook by writing on his wall.


  • Do not stare or make too much physical contact with a cute guy you don't know, as this can be intimidating or even just plain awkward.

About the Author

Justin Davis has worked in psychological and health research since 2008, focusing his writing on health, home and cultural activities. He is an active and contributing member of Phi Kappa Phi National Honors Society and Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society. Davis holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Delaware.

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