It’s come to this, folks. The people who run strip clubs know that many college students need cash, otherwise they wouldn’t be spending money on the ads.

The College Fix reports.

SF Stripclubs Recruit Students with Big, Bold Full-Page Ad – ‘Great Money … CASH’

By day, they’re studious undergrads enrolled at one of the most prestigious public universities in California.

By night, they’re … taking their clothes off and dancing on stage for money?

Why not, suggests a cabal of San Francisco-based strip clubs that are just a hop, skip and bridge-crossing drive away from UC Berkeley.

UC Berkeley’s campus newspaper The Daily Californian ran an eye-catching full-page ad on Friday that solicited college students to become strippers at six downtown clubs.

The big, bold advertisement shows a scantily clad woman behind an umbrella and the words: “Are you fun, flirty and a little adventurous? Then we are interested in meeting you! You don’t need experience. Make your own schedule. Great money to be made – in CASH. Professional management teams are in place at these SF locations to help you achieve your financial goals while in school.”

The ad then tells students to apply in person or call for more information, and lists the contact information for the six clubs in question: Garden of Eden, Condor, Roaring 20s, Centerfolds, Little Darlings and Hungry I.

The ad was published on the same day that The Californian ran its annual “Sex Issue.” However, the ad was not published inside the sex issue, which was a mini-newspaper insert stuffed inside the usual paper. The ad was published within the normal daily version of the campus paper.