This is probably an unpopular opinion but I enjoyed grad school way more than I did college.
I appreciated the smaller class sizes, the more intensive research work I got to do, and the ability to work alongside professors I'd admired for years.
The academic experience wasn't the only way grad school was different from college, though.
After two years as a grad student, I learned that dating in grad school brought with it an entirely new rulebook I hadn't read in college.
It's a quick way to meet new people or maybe even find out if that girl from your chemistry lab likes you back (you know, assuming you swipe right on her and it's a match).
Dating apps are basically perfect for college because of how easy they are to use and how non-committal the whole swiping ritual is.
It's rarely ever awkward bumping into your college classmates on Tinder because it's just what people do in college.
In grad school: This all seems a lot less appealing once you get to grad school.
Presumably, your age preferences in grad school widen a bit leaving you open to a couple risks.