College Tuition Is Too Expensive
There are many colleges around the world and most people like to attend one. Students study hard and try their best just so they can get an acceptance letter from their dream college. However, college tuition is not that affordable; college tuition is increasing in price every single year while the yearly salary of a father stays the same or barely increases. College tuition should be affordable to everyone regardless of his or her family status and position. Students should be able to attend a college without being in a debt consisting of thousands of dollars. There are scholarships, grants and financial aid available but that does not help everyone. A middle class family cannot fully afford a child going to a 4-year college and make a living, which is comfortably in residence. A change in college tuition is definitely required for American students and the students around the world to have a better education at low cost.
The cost of out of state college is almost 40% more than an in state college. Thou some families make enough money that they won’t need financial aids and grants for their children’s to go to college but the amount of families is really low compared to the families who can only rely on financial aids for their children’s to go to a decent college and get an education. Fathers and Mothers work hard to earn the money and many students do not want their parents spending that much money to get an education. That statement clearly says that the cost of getting an education is too high in America and many other places. In recent years, more and more students are planning to go to a college. In a competitive economy, good employers can only afford to hire a small amount of new employees. As a common result, they look for the best applicant with the best skills and education. Usually, the chosen employee is the one with advance training who have attended a 4-year university; which is now a necessary input in a resume. Unfortunately, many bright and intelligent students are denied only because of financial restrains and the fact that they could not receive a higher education because of that. If more people are able to get a better paying job then that will only help the economy; when people have more people, they tend to spend more money, causing the economy to grow and forcing the companies to hire more employees. Government subsidization of tuition contains a very high potential of making the economy grow.
Many of people’s taxes go towards scholarship money and grants but that does not even cover 10% of the tuition cost that the student have to pay with his or her money. More and more people these days want to attend a college and...