A free college education in universities and community colleges will leave graduates debt free and fuel the economy. There are many people with more intelligent minds than students in Harvard, but students of Harvard have rich parents who can get them the best possible education. People would rather not go to college than face student loans their entire life. Making a college education free will not make a degree less valuable because the value of something does not just come from how much money it costs. If someone has a degree, regardless of how much they pay for it, it has the value of education itself.
Money is the basis of living , even people with lower income degrees could support themselves before the cost of tuition went up drastically. However, when you add student loans in the mix , debt over takes the standard of living. Ellison has heavy focus on this because he wants to highlight a big reason why free tuition can be beneficial for people in the long run. He believes if free tuition was put in place , every college graduate, lower income or higher income, will be able to live within their
“The price tag on college makes frequent headlines, but the price tag on shortfalls in participation and success in higher education does not(Baum 5). Getting a degree will help students find a good career after they graduate. When students achieve their degree jobs they apply for are more willing to pay them a higher salary. Going to college gives students excellent social skills and health benefits for themselves. Many people say that college is a swindle and foolish, but when going and graduating from college provides no struggles in finding a career, high-paying salaries, along with health and social benefits people need to look more into going.
Because some companies are specifically looking for college graduates for their new employees, students automatically assume that college education is required to be financially stable in the future. In the human society, money is important, and is necessary. People do work because not only they need money in order to live but also most people's life goals are to make enough money to spend for some luxury, or for their children. That is why being a millionaire is considered as a success by people. They have achieved most people's life goal: being rich and not worrying about money.
These days with the rising living coasts and tuition fees, it can be easily expected that an average families with an average income will have to struggle to pay the fees to university to have their child educated. This struggle can be real for a family having more than five children. In fact, students could finish their four years bachelor degree with a significant debts. College education should be free because everyone can attend and the country can benefit economically and socially. College fees is the reason that a poor-intelligent student will have a desperate future.
Classification and Division Picture this: today, higher education is free to everyone and nobody has to worry about student loans taking over their lives. The only thing wrong about this fantasy is that in this day and age, higher education isn’t free. Students have to pay thousands upon thousands of dollars in order to get a higher degree. However, this isn’t the way that it has always been. During the 19th and 20th centuries, colleges across the country provided students with a tuition-free or reduced tuition college education.
Since a new president will be taking office soon, topics such as tuition-free colleges need to be addressed. Tuition-free colleges are not discussed widely enough for the government to see the financial struggles of ethnic minorities university students. While the study needs to be further conducted, there has been progress as to how these students feel and are able to cope with the tuition rates so far. However, some more questions need to be asked such as, do you feel the political candidates running for president are taking an interest in college students and tuition rates? From the current participant observation, majority of the students work to support themselves financially in college, so what else is there that they struggle economically
Within the recent election before the candidates were chosen, the majority of youths supported Bernie Sander and his stance on free college. Cost of education is such a trying challenge to this population that most drop out, have break downs trying to cover the cost, or nearly kill themselves working as much as possible. Previous college generations this was not such a problem, for one could hold a part time job and pay for school, but now one can work part time and barely cover groceries. While most young people do worry about money, college students worry with several thousand dollars of tuition also staring them in the
If college students can’t afford college, then why doesn't the government lower the cost or pay for the college? This debate on whether or not the government should or should not interfere with college tuition has always been questioned. Almost all of the college students that I know have already wondered that question as to why. It just doesn’t make sense. Being a junior in high school, I’ve been told to start my search for a college.
Although college has few benefits for young adults, most critics debate that college too expensive for an individual; college is worth it and college does have value. For many high school graduates, higher education is out of reach because of the cost. College tuition raised tremendously over the last fifty years. Most parents (ninety-four percent) surveyed say that they want
A senior in college sports has no pay rate, and a rookie in professional sports can earn a multi-million dollar contract. The difference can be a one-year gap. College athletes are not allowed to be paid, but receive a scholarship instead. Many college athletes do not put the scholarships to good use, they often end up with low paying jobs after school, and colleges have lots of money to fund pay for athletes. If there is absolutely no way a college athlete can be paid, there are different solutions such as colleges helping students to focus on education more than playing sports.
If the players or team aren’t very talented then tickets won’t sell, jerseys won’t sell and college won’t be supported, therefore making less money. However, if the team is very exceptional then the opposite occurs the college receives a glorious payday every weekend. Many others agree that college players should be paid as well. In a survey conducted at Hillsborough Middle School, in Pod 7/8c, 14 out of 20 students believe that college athletes should be paid. The other 30% of students believe that college athletes shouldn’t be paid only because of their age, only being in highschool and because they haven’t made it big.