All of the states in the U.S., expect for 12, make illegal immigrants pay out-of-state tuition in their own resented state. Illegal or not, they should be offered in-state tuition as everyone else.
This letter is about how the future president should help make public college tuition free.
The United States has the most expensive college tuition in the world. Student debt has tripled in the last 8 years, with the total amount of debt in 2012 adding up to almost one trillion dollars. Some students aspire to go to college but can't for financial reasons or poor grades. I believe these students deserve a second chance.
Sure college tuition debt is an issue, but can tuition really be "free" without causing even more problems?
Money is a gatekeeper of opportunity and that’s why it is crucial to invest money towards people. It is time for every American to earn a living wage. It is not correct for a father or mother to work two jobs and still not be able to have enough money for food or rent.
Dear Next President: Should the government fund higher education? With rising costs in college education, the answer is YES! This infographic provides many examples that speak to the need for this change. How will your policy change to reflect the needs of my generation?
Tuition rates keep rising every year, which is bad news for current students and the students graduating after us. The inflation rate hasn’t risen in the past year, but tuition went up 3 percent. Getting a quality education is becoming impossible.
The amount of student debt is growing rapidly and students are finding it harder and harder to it pay back.
If the cost keeps rising then college will become inaccessible to most students.
I think that the costs of college are too high and something needs to be done to change this. Student debt needs to end now.
If the price of college tuition was lowered, more students would be able to further their education
This letter outlines the current crisis our nation is facing with student loan debt and how colleges are responsible for the gouging of the American student .
Dear Next President: As college education costs skyrocket, student loans are at an all time high. Need data? This infographic provides examples of the increasing debt our college graduates take with them. What will your presidency do to change this?
The high cost of a college tuition is an issue for students across the country. College is priced as a luxury, but is viewed as a necessity. Perhaps something could be done to remedy this issue.
Student loans are sky-rocketing these days, to the point where it's getting nearly impossible to go to college. What do we do?
With the upcoming election, college tuition has been a hot topic. Will this continue to be an issue or will someone step up and fix the problem?
A Letter to the next president concerning the aforementioned topic
Tuition-free college? Sounds great! Until you realize what this really means..
Students across America are facing a tragic reality these days. Our dreams are being crushed and our bank accounts are at an all time low. I want to address this issue in the letter that follows.
The price increase of college tuition is getting out of hand and the consequences are fallacious.
Making college tuition free is a plausible plan that would benefit our country economically and intellectually, as will as help you're voting numbers.
The federal government and Wall Street should not be the ones benefiting from tuition debts , mainly because millions of students are struggling to pursue their futures due to the obstacle of tuition costs. By establishing a tuition free system in public colleges, suffering college students would no longer be affected by the unreasonable debts, and the federal government would be more able to steadily pay them off.
The next president must address the cost of higher education because millions of students all over the U.S. are struggling with student debt during and after college.