He dropped out of Reed College after just one semester but continued by auditing his classes, which included a course on calligraphy.
This helped him create multiple typefaces and different fonts for Mac.
At thirteen, Bill Gates wrote his first software program. He was a National Merit Scholar when he graduated from Lakeside School in 1973.
Gates and Paul dropped out of Havard as they had a solid plan to start a company and no time to waste.
In February 2004, Zuckerberg founded the Facebook social networking website from his dorm room at Harvard University. Initially limited to a few college campuses, the site quickly grew in popularity and finally surpassed one billion users by 2012.
Michael started selling computers at the age of 19, in the same year i.e 1980 he dropped out of the University of Texas to start Dell Technologies.
Today Michael's net worth is over $ 50 Billion dollars.
Dorsey started at the University of Missouri–Rolla in 1995 and stayed for two years before moving to New York University in 1997, where he dropped out two years later, one semester short of graduating. While at NYU, he came up with the concept that would eventually become Twitter.