Maybe it is an interesting read, but this is the Chess section. For the record, there is also FactChecker: Does College Cause Young Adults to Lose Their Faith?:
In the last few years, social scientists have "found that the religiously undermining effect of higher education . . . has disappeared." Professor Christian Smith, a world-renowned sociologist of religion from Notre Dame University (and a faithful Christian parent himself) explains that recent investigations published in the Review of Higher Education
[T]hat among recently surveyed college students, 2.7 times more report that their religious beliefs have strengthened during their college experience than say their beliefs weakened. (1)
Research from the University of Texas-Austin delivers more good news, finding that young people who avoid college "exhibit the most extensive patterns of religious decline" compared to those who do attend college. (2) They explain the loss of faith among the non-college attending young adults has little to do with secularizing ideology, but simply results from a lack of intentionality and direction in their lives. Those who seem to drift through these formative and transitional years with no definite goals or plans likely bring this same attitude and action to their faith life.