Many colleges graduate fewer than fifty-percent of their enrolled students. Most colleges are also not accountable for offering job-oriented majors to enrollees, nor for assuring job access to those who graduate. Some have even reduced their career placement departments to the equivalents of in-house, electronic job boards. Further compromising the process, industry, as the primary beneficiary of well-educated pools of candidates, are not paying for your training as it did at the onset of the American Industrial Revolution.
But, there are numerous routes to free and very low net cost educations at many very good colleges and universities. Come see them!