accepted belief that going to college after high school is what is acceptable, required, and smiledupon. The truth of the matter remains that student debts put an unreasonable price tag on an
the college environment and classrooms are becoming outdated and ill-suited for teaching, and creativity and passion is being dampened and suppressed by standardizededucation such as college.When asking students about the drawbacks of college, tuition costs are among the highest
objection mentioned. And it’s within reason; tuition costs
are the equivalent to putting a price
tag on one’s education and
, matched with the common belief that a college education will giveway to a prosperous future,
it’s also putting an ultimatum on one’s future stability.
According tothe website
(OSD) average tuition costs have increased 900 percentsince 1978 with 36 million Americans today still working to pay off student loan debts theyacquired while receiving an education (OSD). The tuitions costs are continually rising, makingpaying for a decent college education difficult and stressful on both students and their supportsystems. For example, websites like
and its partner
, much like the Occupy Wall Street movement, are websites to combattuition raises as well as encourage
students to peacefully protest in order to make a point. It’s no
strange phenomenon to see media focusing on college student protests whenever a collegementions higher tuition.
If there’s one thing students get really emotional
about its tuition.Debt is a lasting consequence that is difficult to get rid of as well. Some sixty year oldsare still paying off debt today. Additionally, the consequences that can arise from prolongedstudent debt include bad credit, limits on opportunities, and hardships on living conditions and jobs. With 53% of new graduates facing difficulty finding jobs and facing unemployment, the