Since Cho (2004) developed the Scale of Taiwanese Love styles many studies used her scale to explore love issues with different population. After closely examining her scale we found that the sample she collected ranged from ages of 15 to 51, did not focus on college students only, nor excluded non-dating individuals; the items of the scale were lengthy and its validity needs to be improved. As we concerned about the developmental task of college population, i.e., intimacy and love, and the application of Cho's scale to this young population this study aimed to revise the scale based on college students and to examine the validity of the new scale. An internet survey was then conducted to 682 college students with Cho's scale and a sample of 556 was attained after a screening process. The valid rate was 81.52%. According to the principal component analyses with varimax rotation, eight factors were extracted and accounted for 53.362% of the total variance. Whereas Cronbach α of the total scale was 744, each factor's α ranged from .817to .670. Two of the love styles, i.e., Adherent and Sacrificing style and Worrisome and Possessive style, were renamed due to the content change. Whereas Marriage-Purposeful style was significantly correlated with Sincere and Devoted style (r=.397**), Vagrant and Strategic style was correlated with Pessimistic and Reserved style (r=.331**), Pessimistic and Reserved style was negatively correlated with Sincere and Devoted style (r=-.312**). The t-tests showed that males scored higher than females on Adherent and Sacrificing style, Tangible and Strategic style and Sexual and Sensible style. In summary, the revision scale of love styles possessed satisfactory validity and reliability. The application to college population was also addressed in the end.