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    Public college tuition fees need to increase and not have a ceiling set on them because over time instructional costs increase due to rising wages, salaries and inflation. If there were a ceiling government taxes would increase, and last many amenities would have to be subtracted. First, over time instructional costs increase due to rising wages, salaries and inflation. If tuition does not increase the salary of employees will decrease and jobs will have to be cut, because there will not be enough

  • Tuition In College Essay

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    Tuition increases in the U.S. have been causing controversy since shortly after World War II. It was during a time when the workforce was slow from the aftermath of the war and higher education was becoming a need in order to pursue more knowledge in hopes of finding successful, stable careers. Many families went into debt in order to pay for their children to attend college. With the exception of its military academies, the U.S. federal government does not directly support higher education. Instead

  • Making College Tuition Cheaper

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    Making College Tuition Cheaper I believe that college tuition should be cheaper for everyone no matter what economic level your family is in. College tuition should be very affordable for everyone, so everyone has a chance to get an education without being in debt. There are kids and adults all over the country and world that would love to go to college. Should Universities turn down people because they can't afford it? Of course there are numerous of scholarships, financial aids, and loans available

  • The Shackles of College Tuition

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    During my first week in college, everything about college was unknown to me. From what to expect in college, to the adaptation of the college environment, the college experience seemed nerve wrecking at first. However, the lessons from Freshman Seminar proved to be beneficial towards my life in college. Because of this class, not only have I learned about the college experience, I’ve also adapted learning techniques that have greatly improved my performance in my other classes, as well as being a

  • College Tuition: is it worth it?

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    College and Tuition: Is it worth it Its sad the amount of students not going to collage based on tuition in the United States. Anymore 47% of junior high and high school students parents feel they can't afford college for their kids anymore with the cost of tuition and it still increasing. I feel college tuition is way too high in the United States for most families in today's economy. Over half of the students going into college show some concern with how to pay for college. The amount of college

  • Cheaper College Tuition

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    of college tuition continues to rise in the United States each year. To make it worse, having a college degree is no longer an option, but a requirement in today’s society. According to data gathered by the College Board, total costs at public four-year institutions rose more rapidly between 2003-04 and 2013-14 than they did during either of the two preceding decades ( Students are pressured to continue into higher education but yet, the increasing costs of books and tuition make

  • Effects Of College Tuition

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    transportation, meals, supplies, room, board for college, and small college fees. This is exactly what other countries like Germany and Sweden are doing. Instead of having students pay an enormous amount for their education, these countries only require an individual to pay for their own basic needs with a small tuition fee as well. It is no surprise that students from the U.S are traveling overseas to get these benefits. In the meantime, colleges in the U.S have only become more expensive each year

  • Increasing College Tuition

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    Over the past few decades the cost of tuition has skyrocketed and turned into something that parents and students all across the nation fear to pay every year due to the fact that it is so expensive. “According to the U.S. Department of Education, the average annual tuition, fees and room and board at a public college or university in 1964-65 — the first year for which there’s data — was $6,592, in 2011 dollars. By 2010-2011, that had increased to $13,297 -- a 101.7 percent increase. The increase

  • College Tuition and Student Loan Debts

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    Imagine finally graduating college, you are happy and ready to make a difference in the world. Only to find out that before you even start you are already swamped with debt. This is the problem hundreds of thousands of students face every year. Why are they in debt, you ask? They are in debt because of the rising price of college tuition and the student loans they took out to be able to afford attending in the first place. Rising tuition and student debt are gigantic problems, and they are ruining

  • Persuasive Speech About College Tuition

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    go to college because we want to have a good future. We want to have a secure job when we get older, so we can have a happy live. There are a lot of sacrifices we may have to make to be able to graduate a four-year college to get degree. we may have to sacrifice socialization and laziness. There are a lot of people who would make these sacrifices, but they do not have the resources, such as money and car for college, even if they do have car they cannot afford college tuitions. The college tuition