The Yellowhammer State is home to more than 60 colleges, universities, and technical institutions for students pursuing a variety of career paths. Here, you will find excellent schools, reasonable schools, and then some subpar options.
Education.Alot has compiled a list of the worst colleges and universities in each of the 50 states in order to help students determine which institutions to attend and which to avoid. They collected information from the U.S. Department of Education, Niche, and College Factual.
So, which university has been deemed the worst in Alabama? Education.Alot indicates that this is Alabama State University.
Montgomery’s Alabama State University, founded in 1867, is a public historically black university. According to the article, the institution fails when it comes to graduation rates.
The institution has a current graduation rate of only 26%. The precise reasons for this are unknown. It could be a result of competition from other nearby institutions or excessive tuition fees. Six years after graduation, the median salary of a student is only $27,700, which is well below the national average.
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