States where for-profit colleges have the lowest student completion rates

Federal statistics show that for-profit schools tend to have completion rates for students that are significantly lower than public colleges.

Students attending for-profit college continue to be less likely to graduate than their counterparts at public institutions, the Center for Responsible Lending says.

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