When evaluating candidates, I look to see that the person has completed college with a degree relevant to the position - the school itself is not that important. The only thing that's a red flag for me is if the degree is from a for-profit school (like a University of Phoenix or the like). They do not have a favorable reputation for providing a quality education. I'm much more interested in the skills you have and the experience you bring to the table, assuming you have a degree. Having the degree is just a minimum "check in the box" - a must-have that tells me it's worth my time to read further in the resume.