Kianna Williams December 16th, 2012 Do you think the cost of college is too high? A lot of people might disagree with me but, I believe the cost of colleges is too high. The college education however, is essential but a bit too expensive. People feel so squeezed between the cost and the necessity. At the same time, public colleges complain that they are being squeezed by declining state support and increasing pressure to educate larger number of less prepared students.
Paying athletes to play would create a huge gap in college sports because of the ability to pay more at the bigger schools. The title XI would make it so that all college players have to be paid equally. That would create a problem that they cannot pay all students athletes. That would call for some college sports to be cut and that is taking away opportunities for people. The first thing that these student athletes should be worrying about is there academics and with all the extra money they would get for playing would break their concentration and create more nationally know problems in the college sports world.
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.
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.
The students who are agonizing the financial difficulties have to search for a job to pay for their collage or support their families. Observably, it is very durable to be focused on both employment and study fields. So, it is very clear that financial expense is the one of the particular reason why college students give up their college education. Most of the high school students admit in a college by thinking of that a college life would be more unrestricted and preferable than their high school lives with parents. Also, they have a conjoint believe that
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.
College is expensive and what one receives in return is not enough. What some graduates get is huge debt, and, for those whoearn their degree, a slip of paper they do not know how to use to get a job. But the pundits are wrong; for most students, the benefits of college will outweigh the costs. First, when considering the immediate costs of college tuition, the price has not grown to become unmanageable. The published tuition and fees is actually way more than the students end up paying to their universities.
Also, students need to drastically lower their expectations when it comes to finding a job, “a lot of students want that perfect needle-in-the-haystack job but with this economy that’s just not possible.” (SF Chronicle). The economy is in very poor shape and to expect a job that will instantly provide them with more than substantial pay is not practical. Young individuals will have to get used to the idea that they have less options coming out of university, and that having a degree does not guarantee them decent-paying
It is sad seeing college sports overshadowing college academics and achievements. With so much money flowing in from sport venues, it is only fair that the athletic programs get their share of funding. Exactly how much should the athletic program get would be a fair question? Is it fair that students coming in to school every day must look at other student athletes and coaches, knowing that their tuition fees helps pays for their equipments and necessities? This being the case, colleges put too much emphasis on their sports programs, some even go as low as curving rules and standards to better suit their athletes.
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.