Would anyone want to attend Trump University? Late-night comedian Jimmy Fallon made up a pros and cons list for anybody who might be on the fence. 

On Tuesday's episode of NBC's "The Tonight Show," Fallon had some fun at the expense of Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, who has drawn heat over a number of his failed business ventures. Most notably, critics have pointed to Trump University, the start-up business college that is now being sued by former students who say it was a scam.

Fallon laid into Trump University Tuesday, mocking the school with a cheeky pros and cons list. "Pro: Trump is offering free tuition," joked Fallon. "Con: By getting Mexico to pay for it."

The comedian went on to offer more points of advice to prospective students, covering college topics like family weekend and graduation. 

"Pro: Going to graduation and putting on your white cap and gown," Fallon continued. "Con: Having a hard time seeing through the eye-holes," said the comedian, in reference to the garb worn by members of the Ku Klux Klan — Trump was much criticized for initially refusing to disavow support from the group and white supremacist leader David Duke.

Fallon ended the segment with a barb aimed at the state of American higher education in general. 

“Pro: Critics argue it’s a waste of money, and after four years students won’t be able to get a job," said Fallon. "Con: So, in other words, it’s college."

Despite all the criticism, Trump scored decisive wins Tuesday in the GOP primaries in Florida, Illinois, and North Carolina. Despite a loss in Ohio to Gov. John Kasich, which prevented a Trump sweep that might have guaranteed the real estate mogul the nomination, Trump still holds a commanding lead in the delegate count with 621. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is a distant second with 396 delegates, followed by Kasich with 138 delegates. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio dropped out of the race on Tuesday after losing his home state.