This investigation by The Gazette reveals that more than 18 percent of students graduating from the "University of Iowa’s prestigious Tippie College of Business" have "at least one non-traffic criminal conviction." The percentage of convictions possessed by students of the Business College is 6 percent higher than any other University of Iowa undergraduate. Some of the most common convictions are public intoxication, alcohol possession by a minor, drunken driving and theft. Recruitment consultants warn that a tarnished record could negatively impact the chances of students getting a job after graduation.
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