The Daily Beast has put together a slideshow of 20 colleges based on what they cost and what graduates can expect to earn.

Here’s their introduction:

The overwhelming majority of soon-to-be college students indicate that they head to college to guarantee higher earnings in the future. To find out which schools are worst at offering a well-paid future for relatively less tuition, The Daily Beast first limited the universe of schools to only those that graduate at least 75% of students within six years.

Our thinking: a degree is not valuable if you don’t get it, and schools that don’t have a good track record of graduating students aren’t offering a reliable return on a student’s investment regardless of cost or potential future earnings.

Which school holds the number one spot? Oberlin College.

See the whole slideshow at the link below.