Although these students are in college, they will not feel free anymore. They will feel as if they are back home with their parents because of the lack of freedom in college. Another disadvantage is trying to stop students from drinking. The process will be hard because colleges are big and there are many students across campus. Also there are liquor stores nearby at most colleges.
Overconsumption of alcohol on university campuses leads to an increase in sexual assaults and implementing mandatory alcohol workshops will reduce the number of cases by exposing incoming freshman to the dangers of alcohol in conjunction with sexual assaults. Sexual assault has been defined as the sexualized touching attempted oral, anal, vaginal or completed
Phinney and Haas (2003) reported that one of the stressors experienced by first generation college freshmen is the heavy academic load. Students may be intimidated by the sudden increase in demand of quality and quantity of work. Fortunately, we know that academic stressors include the students’ perception of the extensive knowledge base required and the perception of an inadequate time to develop it (Carveth, Geese & Moss, 1996). Though the stress of a greater academic load may initially be more detrimental than beneficial, it may prove to be otherwise in the long term. Students grow more accustomed to college demands over time, developing their knowledge of college studies and proficiency in completing assignments.
Some act more mature while at junior high everyone acts immature or semi mature. Kids in high school are older and get lots of freedom while junior highs are stricter and get less freedom. This is a big difference because people might change their personality because of their change in style they couldn 't have at junior high or might get attached to bad things such as drugs or drug dealing thats more at high schools and not at junior highs. Another big change from junior high to high school is the schools looks. One of them is how clean a school might be.
Rojstaczer states that, "grades continue to go up regardless of the quality of education." The main idea is that students have found themselves bored and then they turn to partying, "if we continue along this path, we 'll end up with a generation of poorly educated college graduates who have used their four years principally to develop an addiction to alcohol." He explains how students are able to get A 's with less effort. Universities such as Princeton, Wellesley, and Reed show how they have been able to keep grade inflation from going up. Stuart Rojstaczer 's wants people to be aware of what is happening and how it will be hard to fix it, but it is not impossible with his reasoning of
Negative effects of Social Media The spread of social media has changed the way most people live every day. Although social media has some positive impacts for some people, but sometimes the excessive use of positive effects reverse to negative ones. The people who use its capabilities, it has changed everything starting from the way they organize their time, to where they are going to eat lunch next time. I contend that social media, while having real negative effects, have several positive influences on university students and will be thought of like a helpful resource. First, one of the most important arguments that social media has negative impacts on university students is that it raises their distractibility in general.
In order to fit in with others and have a normal high school life they feel their only option is to do what everyone else is doing. Not only feeling this pressure from their peers but stress put on them from higher authority figures to do well can also cause them to do drugs in attempt to relax themselves. Often they see an appeal in getting a chance to escape from reality and get away for a while. Peer pressure comes mainly from social influences among friends, school, community and acquaintances. Drugs are present school, community and acquaintances.
In today 's generation, criticism is everywhere if there is something new in the eyes of the people. Senior high school students are not yet 1st year college because they are still considered high school but at a different level. In contrast, these students are supposed to be 1st year college if it will based on the old curriculum. For the college students, senior high school students are acting inappropriately. They are judged by their looks, the way they dress and the way they act.
Even though there is a common opinion about the fact that private tuition provides a platform for students to revise their work again, it brings about more negative impacts on the majority of the students, such as stagnant bad results, thinking that it is a necessity to have tuition, sleep deprivation and hence, becoming the root cause of all the negative impacts brought about. Most critics that are supportive of private tuition would have mentioned that having private tuition helps students to have extra help with their school work, especially if they are slower as compared to their classmates. They will be able to build up their foundation better and clear their misconceptions on certain concepts in different subjects. This will in turn boost the confidence of students with weak academic results and hence bring about a very positive impact on them. However, this only affects a minority of the student population.
Shaped by ideas such as “college isn’t like school”, some students tend to avoid elite institutions to get the fun college experience. Students face some challenges when studying at an elite university but often the best way to learn a subject is by challenging yourself and working hard to achieve your