I am really too far from US to comment about your case, but I would give you an example: one of my former colleagues from kpmg, graduated from a not-so-good university, but he managed to impress managers with his knowledge during the interview and tests.
He got a job offer and joined the firm leaving behind guys who graduated from well-known university.
At the end of the story, he is a deputy CFO now. The gist is successs is not guaranted by the university you graduate, but it is all about you and your dedication and perseverence.
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