Love is a universal emotion that has become the basis of marriage and family for many societies, which researchers continue to explore. This research will add to the knowledge of interpersonal romantic attraction, further exposing love’s complex nature. Dr. Earl Naumann’s (2001) survey in his book, Love at First Sight, served as a model for the survey utilized in this study. A total of 206 students at a Midwestern university were surveyed. Midwestern university students were sampled in two ways: first an e-mail was sent to the professor of every third class from the Spring semester schedule with at least 10 students in each class, and second, students were asked to participate in the study around campus. Students were at least 18 years of age. They were asked to identify what characteristics drew them to their partner or person of interest.