All these NSF rankings do is give students like you, who went to a shitty diploma mill state school, a chance to call other student's school a "shitty state college". Get good.
Actually, what it really means is that my school (of public schools) produced the highest percentage of undergrads that went on to receive doctorates at some point in their life. It has nothing to do with how much money was spent.
Apparently, whatever shitty state school "guest" went to left him/her with a serious inability to interpret data and statistics.
Find the study here.
With a dropout/failure rate of ~40% I don't really think you can call it a diploma mill.
This post has been edited by Dark_Nexus: 20 January 2011 - 03:28 PM