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    ambitious proposal “tuition-free community college” you suggested early this year that you would make two years of community college free and nationwide available to students in the United States. In other words, you wanted to provide millions of Americans more affordable access to a community college education that you called a "ticket to the middle class.” I agree with you that free tuition college will improve individual’s life in many ways. I assume that when college education is free, there…

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    Overworked. Stressed. Broke. There are many college students that share these feelings and are agonizing each semester. It is said that college is supposed to be one of the greatest time in one 's life, so why are students on pins and needles while getting a better education? The classes themselves are not the main stress factor, the issue lies within paying the tuition. If President Obama 's proposal for free community college is passed not only would be beneficial for the students, it would…

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    According to the college board, the average cost of a community college is 3,131 dollars, that is only one third of the cost of a four year school (“Two-Year vs. Four-Year Colleges”). However cost is not the only thing that separates these two different types of colleges. For a student, looking into what type of college they want to pursue is very important. There are a wide variety of things that can make or break a college experience. If a student has not done the proper research on the…

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    Complications at Barton Community College There are many problems at Barton Community College. Government officials and the president of Barton Community College can help solve some of the problems by attempting to make sure college students graduate so there are no longer low completion rates, shutting down remedial classes because this is a college and students should no longer be taking high school level classes, wi-fi access, and adding more work hours for student employees. Government…

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    Two year college institutions, or community colleges is a marvelous implementation to the education system for the means of higher education. Community colleges are excellent for those who attend right after high school and live on a budget, those who wish to continue their education during their adulthood, those who would like to learn a new skill or two, and those who are wanting to transfer to a four year university. And best of all, two year colleges are easily accessible where anyone can…

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    Why it’s better to start college at a community college? Receiving a college education is one of the most stressful times in today’s society. A lot of students in society today go straight to four year colleges either not financially, academically, and/or mentally prepared. Starting out at a two year community college is a life-saving choice because it helps students prepare to succeed in four year universities down the road. It’s impossible for a student to pay for all of their tuition and…

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    Having free community college encourages high school graduates to pursue a higher education. Tuitions and fees for four-year institutions have increased by 3.4 percent each year from 2005 and 2015 (Morris). The increasing cost of tuition for four-year universities turns away students from automatically going to a university, thus leading them to go to a community college instead. However, they still run into some financial troubles there. Students are most likely to apply for a community college…

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    what college to attend is a huge decision. Everyone thinks that universities are too large and community college are as small as high schools. Before choosing the right college, understanding what you are wanting to achieve helps everyone visualize why they chose to attend their chosen college. “A College degree is the key to realizing the American dream, well worth the financial sacrifice because it is supposed to open the door to a world of opportunity”, says Dan Ruther. Earning a college…

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    The community college system in the state of California has a unique governing structure that practice shared governance (California Community College, 2016). There are17 board members that are appointed by the state’s governor. The board of governor has the legislative authority to establish and implement policies for the institution. Members of the Board of Governors are required to meets 11 times per year. The Board of Governors appoints the Chancellor of the Community College. On May 16,…

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    For many years’ people have wondered should there be sports teams at Pellissippi State community college. A lot of people believe this would bring the kids together, there would be more school comradery. People would be proud to walk down their school hallways chanting Panther Pride. Yes, all this sounds like a great time, teams getting to travel to all the nearby schools playing different sports, sounds glorious right? Wrong in my opinion this all sounds too good to be true this is a pipe dream…

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