The Top 62 Universities In The U.S. For Producing Millionaires

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As Americans, we’ve been told stories since birth about “the American Dream” and the “self-made man.” As we’ve been showered in our parents’ opulence, however, we realize that’s just the route for poors. There are situations we can, and do, get ourselves into that, through no effort of our own, will lead to our success. That’s just God thanking us for being frat as fuck. Nepotism? Inheritances? Trust funds? I’d take those over doing actual work any day. After all, you know what they say: it’s not what you know, it’s who you blow.

Another situation we can get ourselves into that will lead to greener pastures is getting into a university that prepares us for success. Regardless of how much you love your university and wouldn’t trade your time there for the world (I’d never leave DeVry – the women here are foinneeeeee, especially when you click “watch in HD”), you can concede that there are colleges with better reputations for producing wealthy individuals. Times Higher Education recently released a list of the world’s top 100 universities for producing millionaires. I cut out all the dead weight (fuck you, all countries that aren’t the United States), and you can view the list that really matters below.

List Of The United States’ Top 62 Universities For Producing Millionaires

1. Harvard University
2. Harvard Business School
3. Stanford University
4. University of California
5. Columbia University
6. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
7. New York University
8. University of Pennsylvania
9. Cornell University
10. University of Michigan
11. Yale University
12. University of Chicago
13. University of Texas
14. University of Southern California
15. Northwestern University
16. Princeton University
17. University of Pennsylvania – The Wharton School
18. University of Illinois
19. University of Virginia
20. University of Wisconsin
21. Duke University
22. University of California, Berkeley
23. California State University
24. Georgetown University
25. Washington University
26. Dartmouth College
27. Boston University
28. Purdue University
29. Ohio State University
30. University of Florida
31. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
32. University of Missouri
33. George Washington University
34. University of Minnesota
35. Miami University
36. Michigan State University
37. University of Colorado
38. University of Notre Dame
39. Rutgers University
40. Brown University
41. Stanford Business School
42. Carnegie Mellon University
43. University of North Carolina
44. Southern Methodist University
45. Columbia Business School
46. Texas A&M University
47. Vanderbilt University
48. Boston College
49. Georgia Institute of Technology
50. University of Maryland
51. University of Houston
52. University of Kansas
53. Louisiana State University
54. Tulane University
55. State University of New York
56. Tufts University
57. University of Arizona
58. Fordham University
59. Northeastern University
60. MIT Sloan School of Management
61. Brigham Young University
62. University of Massachusetts

While you may be like me and not attend one of the universities on this list (DeVry only produces billionaires, not millionaires), don’t worry, you can still make millions. Probably. I don’t know. I’m just trying to make you feel better. Statistically, you probably won’t, but whatever. Yeah.

[via Times Higher Education]

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