SUNO Grad Rate 11.2%, Why Hasn’t it Been Shuttered?

How much is enough? Or is there such a thing when it comes to government?

Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) perennially has had among the most abysmal graduation rates in the nation, and it doesn’t seem to get any better.

For the 2014-2015 year, it was 11.2%, according to documents on the SUNO website.

Yet, all one hears from the Deadhead Caucus in Baton Rouge is that the taxpayers aren’t paying enough.

If a private business anywhere in the United States could manage no better than that, it would be out of business the next day.

So why hasn’t SUNO been shuttered?

The next time you see Rep. Rob Shadoin, or some other legislator, ask them why not.

3 Responses to “SUNO Grad Rate 11.2%, Why Hasn’t it Been Shuttered?”

  1. D'Arbonne Says:

    Is this a rhetorical question?
    I’d hope the answer is obvious: Southern hasn’t been closed, and won’t be, because it is a TBCU. Along with GSU, it is basically unassailable. To move to close the schools would be political suicide for almost any legislator. It will simply not happen.

  2. Oldman Says:

    It’s for the privileged race,it will not be closed.

  3. Bob Sherunkel Says:

    and former Board of Directors of Southern during the downward trend?….Your current District Attorney, John Belton.

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