Should College Be Free?

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Free College One of the most common arguments in the political world, is should higher education be free or not. Five places in the United States offers free college: Point Lookout, Missouri; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Glen Cave, New York; New York City; and Haviland, Kansas. There are three reasons why college should be free for everyone. First, not everyone receives scholarships to help pay for tuition. Second, students who graduate will not have loans or debt when they graduate. Third, more people would go to college if it was free. Therefore, college should be free because not everyone is able to get scholarships, students would have less debt and loans when they graduate, and more people would go to college. To begin, college …show more content…
A poll taken in 2013 shows 62% of people believed they could not afford college (Take). “If all 18-24 year olds went to college the unemployment rate would reduce by 2 million people” (Take). If college was free then more people would go and this would make the unemployment rate decrease. A lot of people would like to get a college degree, but the only problem is they do not have money to go. People have to put off college to get the money they need, but by the time that time it may be too late and they may decide not to go. “A study from 1.8 million high school students graduating in 2013 who took the ACT said 95% wanted to continue education, only 59% immediately enrolled in college” (Take). People need to get a higher education and making college free would help people have a chance to get their degree. Therefore, more people would attend college, if it
00………….was free. Consequently, college should be free for everyone. There are three reasons why college should be free everywhere and for everyone. First, not everyone can get scholarships to help pay for tuition. Second, students who graduate will have less loans or debt. Third, more people would attend college. Higher education should be free because not everyone gets scholarships, less people would have debt, and more people would attend

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