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If you're ok with your profile being seen by your peers, students, their friends and Facebook's and maybe some meme's, sure go for it.
Unfortunately Teachers have to cop it from immature students, just be careful some guy you failed doesn't do something.
Whatever you decide, it would be ultimately fatal for you to date students from your institution or any other local school.
For any instructor, students-as-dating prospects must remain Please be aware of your role in your locale as a Professor.
Perhaps tell your peers you are single and are any of them match makers or wing-men.
Then resort to dating apps, that way the "well, it's no surprise I'm single" justification will work out better.
I mean, the most likely people you would get close to are people who are around you in your daily life, and much/most of that is at your university.The likely reaction of my faculty would be to wish you luck.I would set an appropriate date range to filter out the age ranges you might be cautious about. As long as you are aware of it being completely public and are okay with that, then you should be fine, though.Of course - I'm saying this based on your being 27 years old.The somewhat-older undergraduate student and the graduate student population definitely comes within the age range you're considering, or thereabouts.