If you’re planning on getting ahead in life with a degree from a for-profit college, consider this: a new report says that only 9% of students there graduate within 6 years. Ah, so that’s the reason why you don’t see too many University of Phoenix degrees hanging on the walls of high-powered execs.
Only 9% Of Students At For-Profit Colleges Graduate Within 6 Years
By Ben Popken November 24, 2010
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