In this day in age, people with children are starting to go back to college to get a better themselves, but most dropout because they have young children that needs a tremendous amount of attention and on top of working, school is just another thing holding them back from what’s really important. The issue with being a full-time student, worker, and parent is that a student may not have a suitable baby sitter to watch their child, which can have a huge issue that can make a student dropout. As stated in an article in the US News "Being a parent substantially increases the likelihood of leaving college with no degree, with 53% of parents vs. 31% of non-parents having left with no degree after six
Zach Lindley Professor Fisher English 101 11-13-2016 Rising Tuition Costs Is going to school to obtain a degree so that you can further your education still an opportunity for everyone? With tuition growing for the past decades many individuals question whether higher education is even worth it in the long run. Tuition has increased dramatically over the past couple years which has made it extremely difficult for students to pay for higher education. Without new resources for new students it’s getting hardier to take classes and pay for it without ending up buried in debt. Higher education costs have risen due to public revenue shortfalls with greater institutional spending and the solution to this is to provide adequate financial aid as well as regulating school spending.
Argumentative Essay Every year in the spring time high school graduates are standing around deciding whether or not they are going to take the next step in their lives, whether or not they are going to go to college. Many people believe that college is not worth it, I disagree. College education is worth the expense of tuition. Even though you could have student loans that you will have to pay back after college, it will be worth it in the long run. After you have finished paying off your student debt because of your college classes and education that you obtained, you will be left with more job opportunities.
Storms also gives the story of his family using the fear of debt as an excuse to not to go to college. This is a significant issue that many students deal with today, especially since a college degree is becoming the new standard for being able to obtain employment. The amount of student loans and the numerical number of debt is overwhelming.
Overtime colleges have continuously gotten more and more expensive. Being the youngest of four children it has been interesting to see the outcome of what college and the debt that build up tend to do to people. Students are creating huge amount of debt trying to get a degree so that they can have a job and life after college. But the real question people have to ask themselves is that is college worth it? To build up an amount of debt that has you working in your late fifties just to pay off the debt from college to get “started on your” life?
The cost of college tuition is an enormous problem now days. For a long time, the subject never got brought up and today things are changing. Students study hard and try their best to get that college acceptance letter from their dream college. Students all around the world are struggling with college debt and trying their hardest to receive those so-called ‘perfect’ grades. However, college tuition is not very affordable and is increasing every year.
One of the biggest issues our society faces today is paying for college. College tuition alone is expensive, but then they want you to pay for books, room and board, and basically to give up your first born child to go to school there. It is a hassle in itself to meet the certain criteria that colleges ask for. If you can get a full ride somewhere, you have to be Albert Einstein. It is all such an intimidating process once you get there, I’m sure.
Children cost money to take care of, but so does their education. College graduates with children who are planning to attend college have to not only pay back their debts but their children’s schooling too. Once those children graduate then it starts the cycle over again. Moral of the story is that college is a ripple affect when it comes to money all because of the timing of debts being
College costs a lot of money and it can cause the person to go bankrupt. Graduates of High School feel like they do not have the money to spend on going to college. People lose their dreams and aspirations because they cannot afford the high prices. College kids that are already in college have to pay student loans
College Athletes Should be Paid Working all day every week and never being paid is a nightmare to all. Who would appreciate breaking their backs and never reaping the reward for their hard work? Well college athletes do this day in and day out. Starting around their sophomore year in high school students start the long recruiting process, so that they will be on the scene when their senior year rolls around. They may travel hundreds of miles to play in front of college coaches and staff.