Do you ever question if yourself about college, weather you should go to college or not!? Here are some things about college of what is good for you to go! The college is for those who would like to learn more and do better in life when they are on their own. Learning in college will help you out in the world because out there is a lot of things that it has that you need to learn. People that go to college take good work and effort in a job.
If they stay in college, they will have more stability in the future since they will have more money. They should stay in college since they will be preparing for the future and it will show them how to become more independent. Many may say that students should drop out because college is costly. This is true, but they will have a much better life if they stay in
should be considered because the amount of unemployment rates would reduce. A quote that supports this claim from Bob Samels is, “Not only is higher education seen as a key to economic advancement, but if all 18-24 year olds were in college, we would reduce the unemployment rates by two million people, and fewer people would be in need of government assistance.” Free college gives a lot of people the chance to go learn and get a career or job. With more people graduating, more people can go work and are able to make a living on their own. This benefits students and our nation because more students can start work and more people would be in the work force and helping the economy. If college was free it could attract more young people who are not suited for college and more students would major in jobs with little or no market value.
Maddie Berlemann Mrs. Mercer Honors Freshman lit. March 2, 2017 Tuition Free College Even though opponents say that free college would not be an option because faculty would push for more pay, tuition free college is good for reasons such as making cities more successful, students would not be crushed by debt, students would value higher education and it would benefit the poor. According to Lawrence S. Wittner, “Free public higher education provides educational opportunities for all.” Including the low income families and students. As prices of schools rise lower income families have harder times paying for it not to mention the “thousands of dollars in room, board, books, and other living expenses” as Lawrence S. Wittner explains.
And I feel that the scholarship has kept its promise to help minority students reduce the loans and debt that they will have in the near future. They also are helping minorities to have a chance to change the world, what I mean by that is that because it’s so much money to go to colleges without having scholarships, having this scholarship gives them the opportunity to compete with the best of the best and show the world what minorities can do. This scholarship program to me is effective in helping the leadership and the growth of younger students and helping them achieve the goals that would not have been an
75 percent of high school seniors are accepted to their first-choice colleges, but less than 57 percent can afford to attend. If students don’t go to college, they have no education to get a good job. All students should have free college because higher education leads to more educated and productive work force, students would have more freedom and pursue the lives they want to live, and college is too expensive and only 57 percent could attend because some student don’t have enough money. Well first higher education leads to a more educated and productive work-force. Higher education can lead to more option for jobs and countries with high rates generally have levels of innovation and productivity.
College tuition today is making students feel like the only way they will be successful after college is if they were already wealthy before they started college. Students feel like they are sacrificing their futures by getting a higher education. Instead of going into college with a positive mindset, they worry about how they will be able to pay back their student loans. There are plenty of students who need to take out multiple loans just to pay for one semester of college. The majority of students who have older family members didn’t have to experience the struggle that students have to face when it comes to tuition prices today.
Ibrahim Demry Ms.Milliner EES21QH-04 9/24/16 There are a lot of factors that could influence a person to go to college such as getting paid more than high school graduates, acquiring new skills, just getting a better education, because certain jobs require you to have a college degree, or because you want to learn new skills to do a specific job. The factors that are influencing my decision to go to college are getting paid more money, learning more about what I want to do in the future, because not everyone in my family had the opportunity to go to college and I don't want to waste my chance, or simply because everyone expects me to go to college. One thing that can influence a person's decision to go to college is getting paid more money. In the article “Graduates Pay is slipping, but Still Outpaces Others” writer Tyler Cowen states “the wage differential between college graduates and high school graduates...the college premium...is growing” when he says this he's describing how
The rest goes to laboratories and research facilities, all of which are reaping billions of dollars, and could be entirely self-sufficient. If more money is spent on the original purpose of the UCs, the benefits would be seen by all of California. The individual is not the only person to profit from having a degree, since more revenue means they’ll be paying more in taxes, which can then be put back into making colleges more widely available to all incomes, and will eventually create a golden age in America not seen
If free college tuition was given, students would have more time to educate themselves, plus be well rested instead of being tired from time consuming jobs. Next, I believe free college tuition should be given because there are students from underprivileged families that work hard in school and deserve the opportunity for a college education. Also, if free college tuition was given, a number of students would be motivated to work harder and try in school to get