The Pros And Cons Of Free College

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When considering going to college, the one question that pops up is how much does college cost? Many future college students and parents try to figure out what to do in order to go to college without financial problems. The problem is that college is expensive, which is why parents today wonder why college is not free. In fact, parents now are driven to state colleges based on the lower costs of the tuition. For that reason, state colleges should allow students to attend for free. Students should have the ability to attend college tuition free without worrying about debt from student loans. In addition, this will encourage more students to go to college. Don Kusler from Denver Post explains free state colleges, “Tuition-free and…show more content…
If state colleges change the tuition to free tuition not only will doors open for these students, underprivileged will accomplish their dreams by getting education. Helena G. replies to the question of free public colleges “Next, I believe free college tuition should be given because there are students from underprivileged families that work hard in school and deserve the opportunity for a college education. Some students who get exceptional grades in school don’t have enough money to continue their education” (Teen Ink 1). These students are already struggling financially at home. Allowing free college would cause less stress for parents to deal with. “They spend so much time and effort on school work that they earned the right to acquire free college tuition. Lack of money should not stop a student from completing their education, but mostly their dream to become whatever they want to be” (Helena G 1). Many of students who live poor lives do an excellent job in school, but do not have enough financial support to enter in college. No outstanding student should remain home with a chance of getting a college
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