Paying For College Summary

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Mary C. Thomas ENG1010 March 5, 2013 RHETORICAL ANALYSIS “Paying for College” [1]Zoe Mendelson starts college on a full scholarship. His parents have little income. He lives with his Mom; she is a full-time student. Zoe feels fortunate that his parents are middle class. Without a scholarship, he would not be able to go to Barnard school. He focuses on the point that his friend E.G. will attend John Hopkins University this fall with a complicated situation. E.G. has received some scholarship money but his major problem is coming up with the money $30,875 the balance for the school year. His parents income is too much for substantial financial aid. Being middle class makes it impossible to afford the college of…show more content…
College is out of the question for a number of households due to no savings. We are in difficult economic times and the financial aid policies are too stiff for families with larger incomes. Colleges need to recognize the latter. The opinion suggests the John Hopkins endowments of nearly $3 billion (“a community committed to sharing values of diversity and inclusion.” The University has billions of dollars and seeks a diverse student body. Does it seek for those who can afford $52,578 year of the few who are both impoverished and qualified. College bills are designed to exclude the middle class. American college undergrads acquire massive loans and student debt. Colleges know there are indicators that give a more complete picture on whether students will succeed at their schools. The admissions process call for essays and interviews. Colleges should apply reasoning and recognize that a family financial profile on paper doesn’t always indicate what they can afford. Schools should implement extensive reviews on a family marital status and how many siblings are close to going to college. Not enough universities have moved forward. Harvard has announced their “sweeping middle-income
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