Is going to college really worth it? There is no doubt about it, the rising cost of tuition in this country is making college a worse and worse deal for American students. The college costs are rising faster than health care or gas prices in most cases students tend to say that if a teacher has a top student, he or she is the one who gets good grades. However, according to Education Sector, a non-profit education think tank, only 57 percent of bachelor degree students graduate in six years. Colleges restrict young people’s lives because after college they have debt of $50,000 or more to repay due to student loans.
It would take away funds from the school, but think of how much colleges rake in a year in sales! The price of attending a public four-year college has risen 27% percent beyond inflation over the past five years. I believe they should be paid. Athletes should be paid to play sports because it is extremely hard to juggle school and a very demanding sport. It will take away funds, but think how much colleges are making per year from students!
Those expenses will coast us a lot of money. Why us? Because the money will be taken from our taxes. In the article that I have read online I found that 4% tax property increase last year made parents already unhappy. If it will be Year-round school tax increase will be much higher.
For example, I never planned on going to college, I planned on going to beauty school; however, I finished beauty school then realized I would rather go to college. Students do not realize how important college really is. Laziness is a major factor in the reason college students fresh out of high school need remedial classes. Some students have poor attendance resulting in them not being present to learn. In other cases, students attend class; however, they do not take time to study.
The constant increment in the wage given to the students in order to increase the college graduation rate has been unsuccessful in tackling the situation and the increased amount of students enrolled in college courses are not directly proportional to the amount of students graduating from these colleges. The most probable reason behind this decrease in the degree attainment rate may be due to the inappropriate balance within the student body or alterations within this student body. Other possible reasons behind the decrease in graduation rate is the
College tuition is very expensive and isn't given a fair share for everyone to have the opening and adventure to take on, due to the lack of finance. It seems as if the furthest you could go before you're forced to give up is to your senior year in high school, and that's because the schooling is free. When it comes to bettering your education as far as 4+ years in college, you aren't even given the time of day. The saying "money rules the world!" is absolutely true.
If you lower tuition rates then that will make college more accessible for students who find it hard to pay for college. Students should not be turned away from an education simply because of the fact that they can’t afford it. There are kids out there with the talent, mindset, and knowledge to do goo but they can’t because of financial disabilities. The question arises: “How will you lower tuition?” Will the question is quite simple, the government will fund it. It will be a good investment for the government because we are breeding future, lawyers, doctors, firefighters, etc., people that are benefiting society.
NISH Rough draft 7/17/14 The cost of college The biggest worry for most high school students is the future college’s tuition fees. And the biggest question nowadays “is the collage cost too high”? Most high school students want to get a degree from a decent university and then have a fair job when then walk off from university but these universities cost incredibly high. The average American student pays for college is about 30,000$ dollars. The high college cost is not only troubles students but for parents too, when the student is about to graduate from high school the parent starts to worry about their financial expenses.
Is College Worth it? With rising costs of college, a college education becomes a gamble rather than an investment. Although it works out well for millions of Americans, many college graduates have found themselves unable to get a quality job in their field in this economy with inescapable debt to their school. Purchasing an education to make more money only to end up owing money may not be the best solution. Despite the benefits of a college education, such as a better starting pay in entry level jobs and some better opportunities to find world, these benefits are only individual and do not outweigh the price it takes to achieve them.
The published tuition and fees is actually way more than the students end up paying to their universities. According to the College Board, "the average in-state "sticker price" at a public four-year college is $8,240.00 for one year, but the amount that students actually pay on average is $2,490.00 per year". The reason the price comes down so much is because many do not take into account scholarships, federal grants, and tax credits, for which every college student applies because it means less money they owe. In fact, given these resources for financial aid, students attending public two-year colleges on average do not pay any money and in some cases actually made money through on campus