Location: Riverside, California
In California, the SB 1146 bill works to protect students at private universities from discrimination based on gender or sexual orientation.
But CBU actively worked against it and has expelled students simply for being transgendered.
Location: Grinnell, Iowa
As far as academics go, Grinnell has one of the best liberal arts programs in the country.
But in order to attend, you’ve got to make it through their 20% acceptance rate and shell out nearly $49,000 per year.
Martin Luther College
Location: New Ulm, Minnesota
Martin Luther College seems to be all about sports, as nearly a third of all students participate in varsity sports programs.
But unless you’re planning on being a professional athlete, you should consider the fact you’re looking at an ROI of around -$122,000.
Location: Toppenish, Washington
This private university is located on the Yakama Indian Reservation in Washington. It actually has some pretty great things going for it, so it isn’t all bad. It has the best graduation rate out of any school on this list so far at over 84% - which is unfathomably higher than 8%.
It isn’t terribly expensive, but it’s not cheap either, with the average student paying $11,742 per year. The median salary at six years isn’t very good, either, and is currently reported at right around $35,000.
Location: Chambersburg, Pennsylvania Wilson College has been around for 150 years, which may seem like a good thing.
That is until you consider the kind of money the students are spending versus what they’re getting in return -$86,000.