Costs Of Higher Education: The Cost Of College Education

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When the hats are thrown in the air and all are in final realization, they have finished and accomplished a dream they’ve so longed for: graduating college. After all the hard work, the all nighters, and the sacrifices made, they have made it up to this moment: where all was paid off. This is something students should experience because it is a one in a lifetime experience. College education is an important experience people should encounter at some point in their lives, but as the increase of its cost is going up, it is getting unreasonable for people to pay. Therefore the cost of higher education should be reduced to a more reasonable cost.
Over the past generations the rise of college education has increased a lot. Tuition pays for the education, the professors, the books and other fees involved. In a recent study, according to the College Board,“The average cost of tuition and fees for the 2015–2016 school year was $32,405 at private colleges, $9,410 for state residents at public colleges, and
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“In other words, far from being caused by funding cuts, the astonishing rise in college tuition correlates closely with a huge increase in public subsidies for higher education” (Campos). This shows how the public wants their money towards the cost of education. The public wants to know that their money has good use, and families who have children would benefit from the subsidies that go to higher education. “The cost of higher education has been one of the most significant factors in driving young people into debt. With college enrollment higher than ever, grants have been more difficult to obtain; as a result, students are taking out larger loans to pay for their education” (Young People in Debt). This is another reason the expense of higher education is becoming questioned. It causes the students into a difficult situation, making it harder for them after college as

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