That is a question that truly can't be answered without people being biased. It could also depend on a major. I know if I was a law student or I went with my second thought to do pharmacy I would have no problem going to TSU. I also know that if I wanted to do nursing I could go to PV. It also depends on the students. Just because some people don't have the drive, determination, or money to finish doesn't mean that said school does not offer a good education. For optimists a low graduation rate could also mean that the school is more challenging than what some people thought in advance.
Since PRAIRIE VIEW A&M and TSU are in Texas, I assuming TSU stands for Texas Southern University. Since I went to TSU also known as Tennessee State University, I wanted to get clarification. However, I think all colleges are beneficial if you put 100% into learning. If you apply yourself in and outside of the classroom, you will ultimately prepare yourself for greatness.
To me it all stems down to which major you're going to major in. Texas Southern University (TSU) are known for theirSchool(s) Business, Pharmacy, Law and Communication but at PV its mostly Education, Nursing, and Enginerring. Since I use to go to TSU I think PV students have a better opportunity of getting a job due to their affliation with Texas A&M. TSU people might get mad at me but I'm keeping it real and plus that school has some serious PRIDE issues and I'm not talking about school PRIDE.