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    than analyze an essay. Although those are important skills to learn, we can use our intelligence to greater abilities. We do our best and schools for seven hours a day, five days a week, not including the loads of homework and studying we do to prepare for college. To prepare us for a thirteen thousand dollar yearly tuition not including books, housing, and transportation. Do colleges assume that our parents are going to fund on average, fifty-two thousand dollars as a basic tuition just so we can

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    average tuition of 25,409 for the 2014-15 academic year at four-year colleges and universities.” It’s amazing how costly is to get an education. Where many questions, Should the amount of wealth you make determine whether you attend college or not.? Many students going college are in college debt College expenses are getting higher, every individual that is thinking of going college goes through the financial struggle. As many think of a question of how much income they need to pay college tuition

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    of college tuition continues to rise in the United States each year. To make it worse, having a college degree is no longer an option, but a requirement in today’s society. According to data gathered by the College Board, total costs at public four-year institutions rose more rapidly between 2003-04 and 2013-14 than they did during either of the two preceding decades (Collegeboard.com). Students are pressured to continue into higher education but yet, the increasing costs of books and tuition make

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    The Debate on College Tuition In our country, several young students in pursuit of a higher education, must work overtime at the local McDonalds, flipping burgers, to pay for their college tuition; while trying to juggle school work and study time during their limited free time. Meanwhile these students live in a country who has buried itself trillions in debt with no end in sight. Sadly, this is the environment that sets up the impassioned debate on whether college tuition should be free in our

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    A simultaneous groan can be heard across the country by every college student as a new semester begins. Everyone knows how expensive college can be and a lot of students fresh out of high school don’t have enough money to pay for it. In 1980, when taking into consideration the cost of both private and public universities, the average four year college tuition cost was $23,000 (Melchor). Recently, the average four year cost can be $70,000, and the average debt per student is $27,000 (Melchor). Because

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    problem was an effective way for a group to decide upon a solution. Even though our group was unexperienced using the Standard Agenda, we were able to use each other’s strengths to improve the quality of our discussion about the issue of rising college tuition. Looking back to previous projects, I can see how our group has grown to better understand the methods of effective group work. While there were both beneficial and impeding forces at work in the task and social processes, I feel that overall

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    in higher education. Forty years ago, tuition in some of the great American public universities and colleges was virtually free. Today, the cost is unaffordable for many working class families (Senator Sanders).” College tuition is way too high and it is making it harder for parents to send their children to college. As a senior in high school with two older siblings who both graduated from 4 year colleges, I know about how hard it is to pay for college tuition. I have personally witnessed my parents

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    here are paying for their college tuition. Some, including myself, have financial aid and/or scholarships to help us with our tuition. With that, there’s this pressure on us to get good grades and maintain a good GPA so that we don’t lose that scholarship. So imagine how great it would be and less stressful if we didn’t have to worry about keeping our scholarships or paying off loans after graduating. My speech today is on college tuition, and I believe that public colleges should be free. Why? Because

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    We could start by eliminating college tuition. The impact that would have in our country would be astonishing. In this essay we will explain the benefits of eliminating college debt, the downsides, and the possible solutions to where everyone could meet in the middle College tuition should be free because it would help benefit the American people who are still in college debt. According to Fire Reserve $1.4 trillion dollars is the total amount of unpaid college debt. One of the benefits we would

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    Essay On College Tuition

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    Is a college degree worth it? All that time, debt, and dedication? Nowadays, students that graduate don’t just leave with a degree but also with an outstanding debt to pay. Many people do not enroll at a college or if they do, they end up dropping out because of their financial situation. Which in today’s society, it is very common. But the question is … why should it be? Why should people who want to learn and become someone in their lifetime have to drown themselves in so much debt? Especially

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