We all know that not everyone who attends college actually graduates from college. For some reason or another student’s drop out, transfer, take time off, etc. It happens to various students at every college in America, whether it’s a 4-year public university, a private not-for-profit college, community college or career college.
This particular list of the top 10 worst college graduation rates for schools focuses only on the 4-year public and private not-for-profit colleges in America. According to the Washington Monthly’s 2010 rankings, this is how the list unfolded:
*Skipping current #1 – Southern University at New Orleans (LA) – because Hurricane Katrina left the campus in devastation causing the graduation rate to drop drastically from 11% to 5%. Prior to Katrina, SUNO would have ranked at #13 on the list.
Although low college graduation rates are a commonality among schools across America (especially these select 10), they’re not meant to decrease from the credibility of the school. There are several additional factors that aren’t educationally based that can cause a student to dropout. The reasons can be anything from personal, economical, and the like. Who knows, if you’re in the middle of choosing a college, maybe you could help bump up these college graduation percentages by choosing one of these 10 colleges…a distant maybe but a maybe nonetheless.
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