The Benefits Of College Tuition

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“The whole people must take upon themselves the education of the whole people, and must be willing to bear the expense of it,” John Adams argued” (Christ). Tuition at universities and college all around nation whether four years or two years has drastically increased. The price has rose so unreasonably high making it unappealing to students of all finical background, due to the fact it requires a large amount of savings and never ending costs. In many universities in Texas tuition ranges from 20,000 to over 70,000 per year, an average bachelor’s degree can go up to 80,000 and many numbers in between. It should not be an unbearable task to pay off never ending loans, not to mention fees and miscellaneous costs. However, all of this could be…show more content…
The teachers get paid the same and the education quality remained stagant so what happens to our money? The money goes to CEO’s and people higher up in the education system, not to the hardworking staff. The tuition in the United States, “Since 1980, we’ve seen a 400% increase in the cost of higher education, after adjustment for inflation — a higher cost escalation than any other industry, even health care.”(Govindarajan). Although some may argue that a college education should not be free, the majority of the population believes that the price of tuition should be…show more content…
Vital to educate our youth and make sure they have the foundation they need to become a success business owner, nurse, doctor, lawyer and manager. Without the proper education every establishment would fail and America would go down the drain. Over the course of 5”0 years, global warming will get worse, and in 20, the world will be so polluted that one must not step outside the streets without proper portable ventilation” (Should). Another reason education should be cheaper or free, people simply cannot afford to learn, and for instance maybe the scientist who knows how to crack down cancer cannot afford tuition. Millions of people may suffer just because it’s cost a ridiculous amount of money to put students through a university. It is clear from the aforementioned reasons above that college education should be cheaper or free. Too many post graduates in America battle paying off student loans from 20 years ago, while college hopefuls turn their backs to universities simply because they would be in debt for the majority of their lives. College should reduce its price tag because we need college for essential for job growth, higher wages, and just being successful over all. Would you rather be drowning in debt plagued society or floating in a smart and educated
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