Obviously not consciously. It's impossible for a human being with perfectly good sight to not scope out their surroundings, and that includes the people in them. If I happen to see someone that I find attractive, there's nothing I can do to stop certain areas in my brain from "lighting up." Of course I don't go into class thinking about whether there's a potential partner waiting for me on the other side of the door, but saying a complete no with no exceptions would be stupid. For lack of a better analogy, that's like going to the grocery store to buy healthy food because you want to better your health, and saying you feel absolutely no urge to snatch up some of your very own unhealthy kryptonite (mine being a bag of america's good ol' no-fail friend, potato chips.)
I'm not interested in dating anyone or even having sex with anyone. For me it's not so much a matter of me looking at each person & asking myself "is this person hot?" If the person *isn't* hot, then the thought doesn't come to my mind. I look at the same way I'd view someone of the same sex. I don't even think about it. If the person *is* hot, that's when I think, "oh, that person's hot."
I'll notice a few people, but I'm more focused on class work. I will, however, listen to people talking before class starts, and there have been many times when I found myself wanting to know a woman a little better if she's clever or intelligent or kind.
So, I guess I'm listening to check people put instead of looking so much.
I look to see who I might like to get to know and sit next to. I don't go looking for hot women to date on the first day. A good study partner that will turn into a new freind is often more useful that someone that you might date a few times.
Not on the first day. Usually during the first week I am so focused on academics and trying to get a feel for how difficult (or not) the semester is going to be and working out my study schedule that I don't have time for that. But around weeks 2 or 3, I will start checking out the girls to see if any interest me.
Check them out, yes. See if I'd be interested in dating seriously, no. That would come about naturally throughout the semester.
But since it is the first week of school I might invite a girl out to lunch or a quick 10 to 30 minute date right after class or after chatting her up in the hall. A quick date right off the bat can be a lot of fun. It's more so about enjoying company rather than looking for a girlfriend.
No in college I don't really get tight with girls I usually just talk 2 them then again I was picking up on 1 girl named maya but I was really talking to her about school stuff like majors and what makes us interested in them