Most of you probably heard about the new College Scorecard that the White House has assembled so that students can compare raw data across the board when deciding where to go to school. Baa Ram U. looks pretty good in terms of its affordability, graduation rate, and loan default rate. (You’ll have to click the link and then look it up yourself–for some reason it won’t link directly to searched institutions.) Shockingly good, actually, when you consider the massive de-funding that we, like most public unis, have experienced over the past twenty years.
Just compare our numbers to the University of Phoenix, suckas. How does your institution rate? Do you think this will be a useful tool for students? If not, why not?
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