According this slideshow and article the lowest graduation rates at public universities range from 4-15%.
The standard selling point for higher education is that college graduates earn far more money over a lifetime, but what about those who pay and/or borrow a significant amount of money to attend college, but who do not graduate? I wonder if a person with a high school diploma might be better off than someone with 2-3 years of a 4 year degree in any given subject.
It got me wondering about the graduation rate at the Nazarene schools. Is that information publicly available?