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Essays On Tuition Fees

 

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t!ition (ree wo!ldn+t cost the colleges mone&, )!t make them mone&, in addition to helping the st!dent pop!lation sta& in a good (inancial position.

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In addition to higher enrollment rates, (ree college t!ition wo!ld help n!mero!s college st!dents decrease the amo!nt o( de)t the& grad!ate with. s stated )& a mem)er o( the #erman st!dents' !nion, Mand& #ratz, :We don+t want st!dents to go into de)t )eca!se the& want to st!d&.: Marc!s *en tho!gh, co!ntless college st!dents alread& ha*e a large amo!nt o( de)t (rom li*ing epenses, s!ch as rent, )ooks, s!pplies and transportation Marc!s. For eample, Cla!dia 3iessler, a college st!dent in #erman&, who has (ree t!ition, still has to work a minim!mo( twent& ho!rs a week at a s!permarket 4!st to make eno!gh to co*er the a*erage li*ing epenses mentioned a)o*e Marc!s. When a college t!ition (ee is added to this, which in the /nited States is a g!arantee, st!dents get so in de)t that it takes them &ears to crawl their wa& o!to( it. In the (ace o( this de)t a n!m)er o( st!dents decide to (orego their degree and drop o!t osephson, choosing to get a 4o) at a (ast (ood resta!rant or some place similar, to start earning mone& right awa&. his, howe*er, ma& not c!t it soon, as it is predicted that a )achelor's or associate's degree will )e re8!ired (or sit&"(i*e percent o( all 4o)s as o( 2020 $ergeron. With this in mind, it is o)*io!s that college t!ition sho!ld )e (ree.ltho!gh the sol!tion to make college t!ition (ree seems like a no")rainer, there are still some people who are skeptical )eca!se the& )elie*e that (ree t!ition wo!ld )adl& impact the econom&. he& ha*e these )elie(s )eca!se (ree t!ition wo!ld take awa& control o*er what peoplest!d&, as the& wo!ld no longer need to worr& as m!ch a)o!t their (inancial iss!es, and allow them to get a degree (or something the& are passionate a)o!t, instead o( something practical

1 Logos- I used appeal to logic in my counter argument to refute the statement that an increase in enrollment would cost universities needed money.

Essay on Cheaper College Tuition

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There is no escaping the fact that the cost 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 (Collegeboard.com). Students are pressured to continue into higher education but yet, the increasing costs of books and tuition make us think about twice. Sometimes, some of these students have to leave with their education partially finished, leaving them with crushing debts. It is important to find the means to prevent these…show more content…

There is no escaping the fact that the cost 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 (Collegeboard.com). Students are pressured to continue into higher education but yet, the increasing costs of books and tuition make us think about twice. Sometimes, some of these students have to leave with their education partially finished, leaving them with crushing debts. It is important to find the means to prevent these students that are victimized by skyrocketing tuitions from dropping out, and encourage all incoming high school seniors to continue their education.
The reality is that the rise in college tuition is no longer affordable for the average American household. Parents cannot afford to pay for their children’s tuitions on their incomes and students are very often forced to enroll part time in order to have the time to get a job to pay for college. This very often causes a decrease in these students GPA and consequently increases the number of dropouts in the long run. Other times, it will take these students double the time to complete their degrees. Students are faced to deal with these problems when deciding whether continuing their education is

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