There's no jobs for the graduates. The labor participation rate a month ago was less than 50%, meaning ~89 million had no jobs.
Even science and technical curriculi have been mostly jobless for about 15 years when infrastructure was abandoned and free trade sent most industry out of the country.
It just took the better part of 20 years for the economy to really crash, and BHO made it that much worse.
The community college I got my A.S. from in 1990 charged $235 per term for tuition for 18 credit hours, or $705 for a year. This year to take 18 credits for 3 terms comes to $4698.
Is college really 6 and 2/3rds better than 1990?