Let's be honest

<p>Are there "bad", "mediocre" or "horrible" colleges?</p>

<p>Yes. I know of a few state schools in my state that are so watered-down and grade-inflated it's not even funny.</p>

<p>Yes but it's subjective</p>

<p>Yup, community colleges.</p>

<p>Eastern Michigan University</p>

<p>I'm putting it in the mediocre category.</p>

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I disagree. Community colleges are actually pretty good. You may wish to call some students or some classes there bad, but I wouldn't generalize like this.</p>

<p>Also, I suppose it depends on what you mean. I don't hold Liberty University in high regard, nor is the University of Phoenix well respected.</p>

<p>Some for-profit degree mills like University of Phoenix, ITT Technical, DeVry, Kaplan University, and Strayer University.</p>

<p>Any college with a 100% acceptance rate. That's fail. Like AeroEngineer3141 said, the colleges that basically sell you a degree for cheap.</p>

<p>^ or they sell a degree at exorbitant rates</p>

<p>I'm not saying comm. colleges are downright horrible. But they are mediocre. At least the ones near me.. I know a girl who took classes there, and she said they were a joke.</p>

<p>yes. the college that i went to on my year off had graduate courses that would literally only cover one chapter of a differential equations textbook. my fellow grad students had to look up the quadratic formula on the internet. it was truly sad.</p>

<p>btw, this class was called "intro to chaos" and was a 6000 level class. i think most high school kids at my school could have taken it and gotten an A.</p>

<p>Qwerty, what about MSU? Hahaha, go blue!</p>