Elizabeth Kenefick explains that “low-income students must increasingly rely on work (and loans) to meet the high costs of college . . . the jobs they take are not in their field of study, which can impair the potential for career exploration and improved employment outcomes in the future” (1). Work-study programs do not always align with a student’s career goals, but it teaches the student responsibility of simultaneously maintaining a job and an education.
Every physiotherapy treatment has remarkable ways to assuage tennis elbow symptoms. It uses workout to fortify the forearm muscles, the biceps and triceps. This develops arm steadiness to endure stress from any activity. Stretching is also being used to improve suppleness that decreases the stress on the elbow
In the article “Why College Athletes Should be Paid” states that, “They need to be insured medically so their bodies cannot further develop lingering problems due to injury or stress on the tissues, muscles, and bones.” This quote means that colleges athletes are not medically insured and have to pay the total prices for medical treatment. This can be overwhelming especially with a shortage of money. This could lead that these athletes won’t be able to compete as well as other players. If they get injured or hurt they won’t have the money to pay since they would be broke from not making any money. If athletes don't get paid the colleges can’t always expect for the college athletes to perform well throughout games and be able to use all their effort since they won’t be healthy or strong will out any cash.
Taking away E.P.A., State Department, Agriculture, and Education will mostly affect low and middle income people because they will not have sufficient money to get health care and food for their families. In addition, education is necessary for children to get a degree and a job. As of now, certain schools lack certain commodities; their food is not in good quality, and the arts department has less of a budget compared to higher departments such as math or sports. When students are not educated enough, they tend to get the idea that dropping out of school is the best option. They are wrong; without education people tend to be not well informed about current events.
There are many reasons why college athletes should not be paid. For these athletes, school is already being paid for from scholarships. If they were to be paid, it would be unfair to other non-athlete students, they are not professional athletes and should not be paid like one. Also, NCAA sports would not be fair in competition among schools if college athletes were to be paid. Paying athletes would take away the whole intention of a university, which is to provide
AP courses are supposed to be hard. Their curriculums were designed by the Collegeboard to challenge motivated students and build up essential academic skills. However, aspects like the cost of taking AP exams, Arlington’s policy requiring students to take the AP exam with the course, and the north’s late school year start often create unintentional difficulties, adding stress to already difficult classes. To start, the exam themselves are expensive. At $94 per exam, even students who are able to afford the fee might think twice about dropping hundreds of dollars on AP exams.
It’s just because they can’t pay for college. After all the scholarship and grant money are used, most people in college are just kind of lost wondering how they’re going to pay for the next semester. And if they can’t figure it out in time then usually they default to student loans or just dropping out. In conclusion student loans are a terrible idea. They are tricky and usually lead to paying much more than intended.
For example, will all sport athletes get paid and will some athletes get paid more than other? Also, what if an athlete gets hurt will the university still pay an injured athlete? It is not practical for all colleges to pay their athletes. If student athletes get paid, the money will effect the university, the athletes and many other people. Despite the fact that college athletes bring in some of the universities' revenue college athletes should not be paid.
The average family cannot afford the average four year cost of a college student because the cost of tuition is too high, housing and meal plans are too extreme, and students struggle keeping their workload (from school and jobs) while athletes are normally forbidden to have jobs. Tuition is the main cost of student debt. Tuition is how much the school’s education cost for a full time student. The only problems with tuition is that it is way too much and changes between public and private schools. A good
Thus, stressors affecting students can be categorized as academic, financial, time or health related, and self- imposed (Goodman, 1993). Academic stressors include the student’s perception of the extensive knowledge base required and the perception of an inadequate time to develop it ((Carveth et al, 1996). Students report experiencing academic stress at predictable times each semester with the greatest sources of academic stress resulting from taking and studying for exams, grade competition, andthe large amount of content to master in a small amount of time (Abouserie, 1994). College students have many obstacles to overcome in order to achieve their optimal academic performance. It takes a lot more than just studying to achieve a successful college career.