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Note: I am well-aware that dating students at my university is a bad idea.(For what it's worth, I am not interested in meeting people more than three or four years younger than me anyway.) I'm looking for advice that goes beyond some of the more obvious points.In other words, there is nothing about being a professor that disqualifies one from using dating apps (or that makes one a special kind of human being in any other way, contrary to what seems to be the popular belief on this site at least).
Still, ..."dating a person who happens to be a student at your university".could become "dating a person who is a student in a class you're teaching" because the student could choose to enroll in your class after she had a date with [email protected] by the way, according to your logic, "dating a random person you met online" could become "dating a person who is your employee" if you are anybody who manages people, since the person could at some later time be hired by your company and assigned to your group. An elected official had endured a lot scolding and curses just because he and his assistant were caught going into a motel recently.
(It still wouldn't support your "many colleges" claim, but it would be something at least.) I am having a really hard time believing this, for reasons that I just explained in my updated answer. If there is such a thing as implicit rules, where does one learn what they are, and how is one expected to avoid breaking them? institution would go as far as banning all faculty-student relationships was not entirely correct then.
Basically your comment sounds like unsubstantiated fear-mongering to me, [email protected] Spertus thanks, that's really interesting. I respect your "bad idea" opinion and retract my accusation of fearmongering.
The more important question is probably what kind of information you're sharing or how you're presenting yourself on the dating app.
I can certainly think of a few less-than-appropriate things that could very well affect your career (if traced back to you), much like social media can.