Getting ready for college is hard for some people because they don’t have enough money for college. Also, all their hard work for entering college has gone to a waste since they don’t have enough money. College education should be free because it could give students the life that they want, it could also help students concentrate on their studies, and lastly some people can’t afford the money. Generally speaking, college education should be free. College education should be priceless because it could give students the life that they want.
With college you don't just study for a career, you study for something that you would like to do for your life. You don't have to know right away, but don't miss out on the value that college can bring you. In the article "Actually, College Is Very Much Worth It" by Andrew J. Rotherham, the author states,"College graduates are also more likely to be in jobs with better benefits, further widening the divide" (Rotherham 80). Having a better job and a better salary is good in many ways as to being able to pay for more like a car, house, and maybe kids. Money is a struggle for a lot of people and if you go to college you get an advantage to getting more money.
College Is Worth the Cost Parents always want their kids into college. Parents want their kids in college, because they did not and they want better for their children. Parents always want their kids to have a better life than they did, they want bigger and better things for them. So, college is worth the cost, because it's a parents dream for their kids to be in college, so they can be successful in life. College is worth the cost, because people that attend college usually end up making more money in the end.
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. Because college is not as accessible as public schooling, many people decide not to further education. I mean a primary and secondary education was free, so why isn’t a post-secondary education?
I believe college education should be free, if someone is committed and wants to attend school to help them go far in life, I believe no money is needed. This is a real life problem today, families save generous amounts of money for there child to go to college. Every parent wants their child to succeed, and money can be a very wide obstacle to get over. Imagine someone growing up with little support from family members, and is not as fortunate as others, but very intelligent, they have no way of going too college, unless with a scholarship. Scholarships don't always pay for everything but a small or large chunk, depending on the area of success.
1 Many kids graduate school wondering what college they want to go to and if they want to spend so much money on it. Though some people think that college isn’t worth it I’d like to respectfully disagree. I think that college is worth it. The evidence I have behind my reasoning is that people with a diploma that are not going to college won’t be able to experience amazing social gatherings than people with a degree, and people with a diploma make less money than people with a degree. 2 First, people with a diploma that are not going to college won’t be able to experience amazing social gatherings than people with a college degree.
Many people think that it is just an extra burden on them by paying high college feeses. If you are willing to secure a good degree then it is obvious that you have to join a good college with a better reputation but at this point, many people fail to take admission in good colleges due to the hurdle of money. Many people think about going to college as pretty normal and plan for it without much of a second thought. A good College gives you a surety of a better future. The college cost varies according to the courses so one should keep in mind that what course is he willing to do?
It is easier to get in public colleges than private colleges as well especially if the student is a resident of the state the college is in. Sometimes public colleges have programs that automatically accept transfer students that have completed a certain level of outside credits in a different state college. Students who do not get high enough grades or meet the requirements to get into a private college will have a much easier time attending a public university (www.brainchild.org). Being in private college requires a demanding schedule. If that student plans on being in extracurricular activities, having a job, and having a social life, it is close to impossible.
Paying for college isn 't a simple process, but with the right resources, you can support your education in the best possible way. Let’s take a moment to figure out what options you have. As you prepare to go off to college, it’s very important to remember that the prices you might see listed for colleges is not the price you will have to pay. Most students will see these sticker prices and won’t even try applying for them. Do not make this mistake because sometimes the colleges with the highest sticker prices offer the lowest net prices to students who don’t have a lot of money (aka you).
Although college is stressful and time consuming , having your dream career, is a huge life achievement. Having a job isn’t the same as having a career “I've learned that making a 'living' is not the same thing as 'making a life”(Maya Angelou). If you sell yourself short by not going to college you’ll end up working just to make ends means not because it's what you enjoy doing, it's due to your family counting on it.Those who go to college will end up having a better future than those who don’t. I agree that going to college is more beneficial because my view on the topic states that in order to have a secure and clear future you must go to college. Angel B. Perez, published “Want to Go to College?