Thread regarding University of Phoenix layoffs

This is how bad the bleeding was in 2016-17.

Total revenues and investment return (F1617_F3)/Total expenses-Total amount (F1617_F3).

The only profitable state was AZ, because of the online element. Even then, the profit was slim.

Alabama 30,100/161,895

Arizona 1,083,292,935/966,913,717

Arkansas 155,449/ 496,738

California 101,340,383/ 113,501,803

Colorado 2,888,299/5,827,433

Florida 7,396,406/ 12,658,506

Georgia 4,616,977/8,057,825

Hawaii 8,156,993/ 9,891,716

Idaho 44,576/ 239,499

Illinois 1,535,222/3,405,031

Indiana 59378/291553

Kentucky 204,169/ 585,138

Louisiana 382,979/1,433,395

Maryland 429,699/905,746

Massachusetts 375,749/942,714

Michigan 1,419,732/2,934,040

Missouri 333,240/1,618,653

Nevada 4,982,013/7,055,825

New Jersey 1,064,316/3,456,089

New Mexico 3,877,194/6,813,643

North Carolina 1,650,801/2,612,542

Ohio 359,318/1,014,453

Oklahoma 110,688/599,165

Oregon 198,448/793,144

Pennsylvania 1,705,296/300,6299

Puerto Rico 599,759/1,938,536

South Carolina 330,023/903,268

Tennessee 1,952,472/3,892,324

Texas 14,780,215/19,344,923

Utah 2,821,036/4,621,251

Virginia 3,498,442/7,011,650

Washington 1,650,189/2,793,671

Washington DC 782,514/1,895,384

Wisconsin 63,071/273,756

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They even lost money in California.

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Looks like most of the sites listed are in process of "teach out" ---- gotta be expensive to do that.

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