The Constitution State is home to over 100 colleges, universities, and technical schools for prospective students of all career interests.
You'll find top-notch schools, decent schools, and then some not-so-great options here.
To help shed some light on which schools to attend and which schools to avoid, Education.Alot has compiled a list of the worst colleges and universities in each of the 50 states. They gathered data from the United States Department of Education, Niche, and College Factual.
So, which school has been dubbed the worst college in Connecticut? According to Education.Alot, that would be Mitchell College.
Located in New London, Mitchell College was established in 1938. Today, the private college has an enrollment of 572 students and a faculty of 68 with an admission rate of 70%. The college offers associate and bachelor's degrees in fourteen subjects.
According to the article, when it comes to value for money, Mitchell College falls flat.
College Factual has determined Mitchell College as being “over market” compared to other options in the area.
According to data pulled, students who graduate have an average of $31,848 in student loans and most end up with a $32,000 median salary after six years.
Did you or someone you know ever attend Mitchell College? Does it deserve the worst college in Connecticut title? Let us know what you think in the comments.