I dig you there...I've often figured the chances of meeting someone who is practicing anything are slim, then asking them to go along with raising our kids in Orthodoxy shouldn't be that much of a problem. Usually, too, the girls I have met in college are really immature...and I mean not 22 immature..like 13 immature! That..I cannot deal with!
But Father is right on this one. It's up to God...my spiritual father told me before..."If you're not meant to marry, you have to realize that and accept it". It may be too early for me to know if that's my case or not...but if it is, it is. Right now..I'm more fixed on trying to find someone who would be compatible and profitable for my soul, and I for theirs more than anything else.
St. Xenia, intercede for us!
I would say something that helps is being "ready" for either path in life (celibacy or marriage). If you're shooting only for 1 option, then (a) you may be disappointed if God's plan for you involves the other, or (b) you may plunge into the other and endure needless hardship.
If you're still relatively young (18-27 or so), then there are certainly places where you can meet dedicated Orthodox Christians - an Orthodox School (as Handmaiden suggested), working at a Summer Camp (where I met my wife), etc. Just make sure that whatever option you pursue, you are comfortable with your life whether you find someone special or not
: there's no sense enrolling in a College, or volunteering for 8 weeks of Camp, if your one and only goal is meeting a potential spouse - you'll be miserable if that doesn't happen, and will either be "out" money or time.
The essential underpinning to all this, though, is developing a relationship with the Lord that allows you to be comfortable with who you are, and what His plan for you is. "These can only be done by prayer and fasting."
Several of my friends (including some posters here) have studied there and loved it. One met her husband there.
She's an exception to the rule; engaged after only 4 or 5 months (he had her father's blessing after only 2 months), married before 1 year of dating.