Money keeps getting higher and higher every year and a lot of students can’t afford it. A lot of people spend different amounts of money for different types of education for what they want to do when they get done with college. College students shouldn’t go to college because they would not need the classes, the costs keep getting higher and they can’t afford it, and a lower education in general. Some students think it is worth the money for a better education because they take classes they need. First, If the goal is to earn a living, then, maybe it isn’t really true that 18-year-olds need to be imparted with a sense of panic about getting into college (though they
College should not be a debt sentence for people who just want to further their education. After going to college, people should want to enhance the community that they are in. If state-owned colleges were free more people would be able to attend. By making our state colleges free, we are making education more accessible and affordable to our society, which can only benefit us. I mean let’s face it when you have more people in college who want to be there to further their education, and make our community a better place, that is only beneficial to us.
According to many researches 90% of the students would like to continue their education after high school and attend university. Even the rest 10% who say that are not interested in education after high school would think twice if they know that university is free. Therefore, the best solution would be if education is free and accessible to everyone. In every part of the world if a student wants to continue studying, fighting for a better future and having better chances of finding a good job after graduation first, has to pay thousands of dollars to attend university. However, if the government pays for the tuition, the books, the many trips that include visiting different factories, hospitals (depending what classes the student is attending) the number of students attending and having higher education would increase, which will give many more educated, hard-working, intelligent people and everyone will have equal chances in finding good jobs and having a better life, which is the main goal of every person.
Firstly, college should be granted to students freely because it will encourage them to concentrate on their educations. Some college students are working part-time jobs and are full-time students. Perhaps, working through college will not always cover all of a student's education expenses including books, supplies, room and board. If free tuition is given, students will have further time to educate themselves. Moreover, college tuition and prices are at an all-time high.
Firstly, we have to think about that universities became more and more popular and it is an everyday-phenomenon to go to university after finishing high school. As a consequence, education is becoming more expensive to fund as universities grow in size. Some argue that making students pay for education may maintain standards and ensure the quality of teaching. If these institutions can not make a profit from charging their students, they can only make enough to cover their maintenance costs. They can’t invest in themselves and boost standards.
college tuition should be paid for because, if the United States had more and more students going to college instead of going straight to jobs the economy would improve greatly. A vast majority of those who graduate from college would be getting higher paying jobs than if they hadn 't gone at all, which in the long run gives them more money to spend and therefore increases tax revenues. The increased tax revenues would enable the government to provide services to the constituents. Having more money go into the economy will help money go towards funding college however they would choose to deal with splitting the costs. This would also help small businesses because if they have more revenue coming in that can be used to grow their small business bigger.
Having free tuition for college means that more people who cannot afford it now, would end up going. This is a good thing in terms that more people are getting a good education and continuing their educational careers to hopefully obtain good job, but it also decrease the value of a college education. If more people are able to earn degrees, it devalues them. Finding jobs even with their qualifications would be difficult (Should college be free?). This idea would also apply to the students, mainly student-athletes, that work for multiple years to try to perfect their skill and obtain full or half scholarship.
There might be some changes and adjustments if the government will pursue and approve having tuition-free in college, but the benefit that it will give each and every family is the important goal. Still, there might be a division of people who sympathizes in two groups (which are those who agrees and disagrees) for they can see and predict what would possibly be the result of a free debt for college, but no matter where they look forward to, at the end, the government is still the one to decide whether to pursue a free tuition in college or not. For now, we should think which side do we support and think what possible result or effect it may give
Free Public College Education Welcome to free college! When a person thinks of going to college, they think of their financial needs, however that might not be a dilemma for them anymore. Cities in the United States are thinking of creating colleges that offer free public college education. This opportunity is a positive impact on people who want to further their education, although this opportunity has a negative impact on aspiring students. Free public college education should not be offered in cities in the United States because students’ success will decrease, the competition for jobs will increase, and most importantly taxpayers will have to pay more to support these schools.
The reason I think this way is that in this case everyone gets a chance to go to the university and that free education can interest more students in the long run and finally lead to more people getting a higher education. Universities in a number of developing countries are very expensive and this scares a lot of potential students since for most of them, getting university education means that they will have to get student loans and be in debt for a long period of time. If universities would provide free education, then, not only those young people who come from rich families but everyone who wants to study in the university will have an equal opportunity to receive a graduate