Limited Learning On College Campus Analysis

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Register to read the introduction… Even worst the author argues that one out of three senior graduates had no improvements whatsoever in their writing and critical thinking skills than when they first arrived to college. [4] With these staggering statistics many people are beginning to wonder if higher education has been placed in the midst of a higher education …show more content…
Recent high school graduates strive for this quest, but others are a bit skeptical when it comes to money and college, putting the graduate in a tough decision making circumstance. Nevertheless, high school graduates should not hesitate when deciding on whether or not to go to college, because college is a great learning experience and everyone should pursue it. College gives you the opportunity to learn great things and interact with people outside of your circle. Upon graduation the graduate might not find his or her dream job right away, but with time the college degree will definitely pay off and the graduate won’t regret the good times that he or she had and the fulfilling experiences that were …show more content…
In a country where education is very important for a successful life it seems like universities are making it impossible for people to attain a degree. But what is the real cause? Universities around the United States have been heavily focusing on attracting students to their institutions by rebuilding already constructed buildings. Many universities are remaking their stadiums a great example is the local university located here in Tucson, AZ the University of Arizona. Recently the U of A remodeled their stadium to seat more people and upgrade the infrastructure on the stadium, even though the stadium was in great shape and in the process the university spent several million dollars. Universities are focusing to much on making their campuses modern and elite, but these universities don’t realize that while they do this they are taking the students money away and investing it on things that don’t have much of a return in the long run. If the universities would focus on giving the money back to the students through scholarships and grants it would make college tuition cheaper and it would give the opportunity for more students to graduate and not drop out from school. Students live on these campuses for only four years so there is no point in making the campuses the best in the

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