Should College Students Be Paid For Playing? College athletes for a long time have been a part of the controversy. They should get paid for many reasons. First, would be college students are not even allowed to have a job. How are they going to pay for particular expenses by coming from a penniless family?
It is very difficult to focus on school work, a division one sport and a job all at once. To help college students who play a sport the student should get paid. Being paid would have a very positive outcome for hard working athletes in many different aspects. Playing a division one college sport takes up most of the students’ time while they aren’t at classes. Between practices, weight lifting, running, watching film and games, a college athlete is always busy.
Bijena Adhikari Jerome Parent English 121-56I 03/29/2012 The value of college In this century “the value of college” has been a big debate among the parents, student and the professor themselves. College is not a gateway which guarantees better jobs and better salaries, but it definitely makes a huge difference while accruing one. College is a guideline for stepping out in a real world and tackling real problems. While the tuition fees are increasing every year so as the curiosity, is it worth spending that huge amount of money? And after graduating will there be a secured job?
Should College Athletes be paid for their performance? More and more college athletes are becoming household names without shoe deals, video game endorsements or a weekly paycheck. And more and more often, people are asking if colleges and universities should pay student athletes. The answer is no. But should companies like Nike have to give student athletes a piece of their jersey sales?
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“Colleges and the NCAA generate more than $10.8 billion per year off of athletics” and yet, student athletes do not get paid at all for their hard work. They put in a great amount of time, effort, and work into being a student athlete. Being a college athlete is exceptionally laborious and can be both mentally and physically exhausting. There’s far more that goes into being a collegiate athlete than most individuals realize. Many people just see these athletes as the average student that in addition, gets to do what they love as an extracurricular.
Benefits To Attending College Jessica Higgins Briarcliffe College Attending college has its ups and downs, but it tends to pay off. The job market is a very scares place. Jobs, these days, in this rough economy are getting harder and harder to find. Most employers will not hire someone for that well-paying job without a college background. So there are so many benefits to putting in the extra mile and achieving the goal of a college degree and in return, living the American dream.
College Admissions: College Acceptance Based On A Students Wealth If you asked most students what it takes to get into college, they would instinctively rehash what had been repeated to them over and over again: If you want to get into college, you're going to need good grades and extracurricular activities! But nobody ever told these students that there was a way to bypass these requirements and guarantee your admittance. It turns out that if you are able to, you can bribe a fair amount of colleges to admit you by giving them a sizable financial donation, I'm talking in the millions. Now some people will read this and automatically think that this is unfair and wrong, but I believe allowing colleges to admit students on the grounds of financial donations rather than academic and extracurricular merit is necessary in order to increase the quality of life for all current and prospective students and could lead to a change in the way we perceive college admittance. The giant donations received from these types of students can be put to great use, one of these uses is funding scholarships.
There are attractions that cost money, but there are many more that are free so to save money stick with the free attractions or choose the attractions that cost money wisely. Always give yourself money for miscellaneous things just to be safe. The reason I wanted to tell you how to plan a cheap roadtrip is because most people travel somewhere in their life and a lot of the time they don’t have the money to do it. Traveling is a lot of fun and I plan on traveling to all 50 states and to different
I had to prove my skills to my new coaches because I was smaller than the rest of the kids and didn’t have the same knowledge or experience they did. After try-outs my new coach had approached my dad and told him that they where very excited to have me on there team, and with time and practice my skill would improve even more. The hardest part of playing with the older kids was that I was no longer hitting a ball of the T, but now the kids where the pitchers. Even after practice 4 days a week my dad would take me to the park and throw, what seemed like a hundred baseballs, to me and I would practice my hitting. It didn’t take long for my hand-eye coordination to develop and hitting a baseball thrown at me was no longer a problem.