Stanford University is a good model to inspire other colleges. Therefore, more colleges should create a free tuition option for students who are not able to pay for their tuition. Narration For better employment opportunities of low... ... middle of paper ... ...llege degree, but the job would have a low salary and have exposure to recession. Also, even if they are working without their profession they are not going to be fired and they have a choice to look for another job that requires their profession. As the author mentioned most jobs require a college degree.
When a free college tuition program is brought in, these students who do not value their educations will be more likely to attend college. Instead of having classrooms filled with students who are eager to get their money’s worth, there will be classrooms filled with students who feel obligated to go to college because it is free right beside the people who want a good college education. What you must realize is that there are students, right now, in college who do not care about their education. Of course, they are harder to find, but they still exist. Also, if you are looking for a solution to this problem I have that for you.
The free community college idea sounds appealing, but more time and government money should be spent on making university tuitions lower because the community colleges are already less expensive and give support to those who are not financially stable. Students who they themselves attend community college pondered on the idea of their tuition being free; one particular student Felipe Bezerra, from the article “As He Promotes It, Some Question Obama’s Free Community College Idea,” stated that the tuition of community colleges isn’t worth being free, financially needy students get the money they need and the other students barely even have to pay $2,000 every year. Students like Bezerra are more concerned about their education following community college, he knows he won’t be able to pay for tuition in university and would rather “all this
Parents usually pay for their children’s education in college; but some parents may think that it is not worth it to pay. According to the author of “No: Let’s Make Sure Kids Get the Most From Their Education”, said “the more money parents paid toward their children’s education, the worse their academic performance (Herman). Even so, parents should pay for their children’s education in college, as it would give parents three main wonderful results: parents will feel good when they see their children’s success, children may show appreciation to their parents for helping them so much, and children won’t have any loans after finishing college. When parents see their children’s success, parents will feel good for helping their children do their best. If parents don’t decide to help, their children may start working, and working is a drawback.
Cottom states that basically the main reason why many people are not going to college is because of cost, plain and simple. The job opportunities people would be able to acquire would grow immensely for them, instead of being stuck at a certain job making ends meet. I have come across old friends that never considered going to college after high school because they simply could not afford to go college or even pay for a book. Tuition free colleges nationwide would help many people struggling with their jobs, bills etc. and give them motivation to want to do something better in their life by extending their education, creating new career
College tuition is something that parents and students are very concern about. Every year universities raise their tuition. Some parents can’t afford for their children to go to college. Every student wants to experience the college lifestyle. Parents want their kids to have the best education but also want it to be affordable.
A $60 billion plan is being invested by Barack Obama for two free years of community colleges for American citizens in order to help with financial need. That means Obama is trying to get community colleges to be free to students that need extra support as they are living or growing up in an unstable house. Yet, community colleges being free would cause problems for many students that do not belong there. Money then would be given to all the students that are attending a community college, even though some of the students do not need extra support, nor want to be there in the first place. By doing research, it shows that community colleges are affordable to those that put forth an effort and universities would be shied away due to the price
It will also encourage students who graduate from high school to enroll in college which would eventually increase the rates of people who go to college after high school. Also high-quality poor students are being left out from a deserved college education because of the cost. If college education is free then it would increase the number of poor high-quality students in college (Freedman, 2014). In other words, college education should be free in order for it to be affordable to everyone. Not only that, if it is free it can also produce more skilled and educated people that would impact the workforce in the
But how can our future generation live the American dream when we cannot even pay to receive a higher education. The government promotes the 'American dream ' but makes it hard on us to achieve it. If the government distributed more financially to students then the college student’s success rates would go up. Whether you are ‘labeled’ lower class or middle class, we need the same financial needs when it comes to college tuition. You have these parents that take care of their kids throughout their life and provide them with everything that they need but when it comes to time that their kids want to go to fine colleges that is the one thing that they cannot do for them.
. middle-income students are often ineligible, forcing them to work to pay tuition. . . Obama’s proposal would alleviate the stress placed on these students trying to get a college education.” In making this comment she believes that if a students get financially support it can benefit them in class room by having all their attention on their class work and not having to worry about a job that would usually help pay for the classes.