The Worst Universities in Michigan in 2017

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2. Baker College of Clinton Township

Location: Clinton Township, Michigan

Number of Students: 1,706

Acceptance Rate: 100%

This building looks worse than a defunct travel agency in Jersey. You’d be more welcomed by the Amish wearing hot shorts than this lot. Students at the Baker College of Clinton Township often report that they receive an overwhelming workload but that none of the work actually challenges them. The average tuition rate of $12,876 is low enough, but, with limited financial aid available, a lot of students are forced to pay out of pocket. Not to mention, graduates from this Michigan school tend to earn a median annual salary of $26,400 six years after graduation—nearly $7,000 less than the national average. No wonder 88% of students decide to leave before graduation. How about you churn some butter and make an honest living. Churning butter in hot shorts doesn’t count!

 

Adriana Echandi

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