The Importance Of Free College Tuition

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“Free” College Tuition “A good society provides opportunities for everyone. We need educated people” (Wiener 1). High school graduation comes and many students prepare for their next semester of schooling, college. College is now free for every person in the U.S. Yet, some eligible poor students still get left out from going to college. College is a serious matter that should not be taken lightly or as a “mess around” time of someone’s life. It is to be treated as a step up from high school and a path to maturity. Many students will now attend college just because it is free, but the colleges can only serve and hold so many students. The word “free” sounds great to anyone but the truth is is that there is always a downside. Working while going to college takes students focus off of achieving academically. The transition between high school and college can be tough and some are not exactly ready for it. There is a large percent of people who thinks college is important even if it is unaffordable. Students whom have clearly worked hard throughout high school and to earn high academic achievements shouldn’t be turned away due to financial status. College tuition should not be free for everyone. Students may treat college the …show more content…
Yet, this dream may not be reachable due to some people’s financial status. Free college shouldn’t just be given out to anyone due to the fact that some will treat it like high school and not work hard. The word “free”, especially when applied to college, does not actually mean free. Students should not have to focus on their jobs while attending college. Less than half of high school graduates are “college ready”. While college may be too expensive for some as of now, many people still believe it is important. Academically gifted students with low financial status should be given the opportunity to attend the university they wish. Ultimately, college should not be free for

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