The 50 Worst Colleges In America- 2023 Edition

Colorado College

Colorado College, founded in 1874 in Colorado Springs, has approximately two thousand students and an impressive eighty-two percent graduation rate. However, its high tuition, exceeding sixty thousand dollars, raises concerns about the Return on Investment. With an acceptance rate of fourteen percent, the college is highly selective. Accepted students can anticipate a median salary of thirty-eight thousand dollars upon graduation, but the annual degree cost of sixty thousand dollars presents financial challenges.

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