Perhaps you can start up a weekly game night with your friends, or if you have access to a kitchen start a weekly pot-luck dinner.

So when you see a girl you want to meet walk up to her directly, make eye contact and give her a warm smile.

From there, just be genuine and say something like “Hi, you’re really cute, my name is ___” (lots of guys are afraid to be this up-front, so this can score you big confidence points).

But if you know the fundamentals for meeting women and making a good impression, then you can meet women absolutely anywhere – the street, in class, the dining hall, the library – anywhere.

The fundamentals for meeting women start with two simple things, being confident and friendly.

Continue meeting new people and try to make your social circle as wide as possible.

The more friends you make the more opportunities you’ll have to be introduced to single, attractive women through mutual friends.

The key is to pick a fun activity that you’ll both enjoy.

This way you won’t feel all that pressure of having to keep each other stimulated through conversation.

Bowling, mini golf, or even checking out a museum can make for a more interesting date than just sipping on beer at a bar.

To find fun date ideas, check out the local/college newspaper and see what kind of festivals or activities are going on around campus and in your town (for more dating tips check out this article on first date advice).

If you’re a college student looking to have more success meeting and dating women, here are some tips that will help you learn how to start dating in college.