Location: Bennington, Vermont
This liberal arts college in Vermont is bad news, especially when it comes to money. The school charges an outrageous $73,000 – per year.
Considering the number of debt students are left with after graduation compared with how much they earn per year on average, it’s best to steer clear.
Florida Coastal School of Law
Location: Jacksonville, Florida
Florida Coastal School of Law was founded in 1996, but it often finds itself in troubled waters. Its already shut down multiple campuses, and in 2017, it failed the Department of Education’s debt-to-income ratio test, one of just two local law schools to do so.
They’ve also been cited by the American Bar Association for being “significantly out of compliance.”
Location: Greensboro, North Carolina
The numbers don’t add up for Guilford grads who spend nearly $37,000 per year on their education.
Cut to ten years after entry and many still aren’t even making that much.
Location: Beloit, Wisconsin
The annual cost to attend this college in Wisconsin is over $50,000, but the median salary of graduates 10 years after enrollment is just $42,400.
That doesn’t seem like a very good deal at all.
University of Montana
Western Location: Dillon, Montana
This college may be located in an absolutely gorgeous area – but don’t let its aesthetic charm fool you.
Graduates can expect a $-70,000 ROI, and that’s only if they’re part of the 47% to complete their programs at the University of Montana Western.