The Pros And Cons Of Tuition In College

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Going to college is stressful enough without the need to worry about tuition and how you’re going to pay for it. This makes it harder for students going to college to graduate and brings a lot of stress to their lives. According to Lockman and Servaty-Seib, suicide is estimated to occur at a rate of between 4.25 and 6.5 per 100,000 students, and this is the second cause of death for college youth (154). When the workload in college is overflowing and we are expected to put hours into studying for each course we take, students get stressed. I personally have felt this way in college with the last semester I took. At times my stress level with all of my assignments was too much and made me second guess if all of this stress and money going towards the work I was putting in was worth it. As a college student, I’ve hit rock bottom to the point where I’ve wanted to quit, but then I realized once I finish all that’s required for my degree I will have…show more content…
If college tuition was free to everyone, students would no longer need to think about their financial issues hanging over their head. And with that said, if college students do not pay for their school tuition then there could be a huge decrease in grades and poor work ethic because they wouldn’t have the responsibility of paying for their own tuition. Many students that pay for their own tuition have a drive to succeed because they don’t want to pay to retake a class if they failed. If college tuition was free students wouldn’t put as much effort into their grades because they could take the class over again for free. Although this is a downfall, college tuition should be free for students because most places nowadays require you to have an associates or bachelors degree in college to have what is called a decent paying
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