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Should a university education be free to those who qualify?

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  • Make it like Europe

    You work very hard all through high school, you get some scholarships, and you go to college. You want to make something better of yourself and you get a good degree. However, you are then addled with tens of thousands of dollars worth of student loans that are collecting interest. If they do good in school, let them go for free.

  • A university education should be free to those who qualify.

    A university education should be free to those who qualify. We would have a lot more educated people in the world if we could do something about the rising costs of universities. I am not saying it should be totally free but there are a lot more high school students not going to attend college not because of the continued education but because of the finances and that is just wrong.

  • Yes, a university education should be free.

    I believe their should be a system allowing qualifying individuals to get a free college education if they qualify. They can have strict standards that require them to pay for the entire semester if they fail any classes. Also standards could state that if you do not graduate on time you have to pay for the entire schooling. This would allow good students to have free college.

  • No, university education should not be free.

    I believe that university education should not be free to those who qualify. A university education is a privilege not a right like public education K-12. Not everyone is academically gifted enough to succeed in college. Having to pay for an education separates the people who should get an advanced education from those who should not.

  • A university education should not be free to those who qualify.

    Although in a perfect world, university education would be free, it is not possible to provide a free university education to everyone. Schools need to solicit funds from donors and to collect tuition from students in order to provide the best quality services. Schools would not be able to run without these sources of money.

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  • Keep it low cost

    School is expensive now. It should be able to accomadate all income classes. And what is the qualification based on? Income, grades from high school? Education should be mandatory up to an Associates degree, the U.S. Education is too lax and not up to the nations standard. If we want to be ahead of the game we should make it competitive with a degree that will get you paid.

  • University should not be free.

    If university was free the government would have less money for other things like health and stuff, and university teachers wouldn’t have enough money for their families.
    It costs a lot to make the teachers to educate the students specifically to be able to teach them so they can be doing their job.
    If people don’t have to pay for university then they keep too much money and people get greedy.
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  • University education should not be free to those who qualify.

    America's education system is no where near affordable and puts disadvantaged students at a hair-ripping mental breakdown to whether or not they should shell out for an elite university or a cheaper state university. However, university education should not be free.

    As much as how fine toothed the college process is now, many students are able to attend top universities as well as receive scholarships to help them pay their debts.

    Many students choose cheaper alternatives over more expensive universities, and that is their choice to make. And although being able to graduate from an elite university does not necessarily guarantee a job, a house, and a successful future, it does give a sense of accomplishment, merits achievement, and gives confidence that is needed to pursue other goals and conflicts in life.

    In addition, universities with higher tuition packages are generally more desirable and are held in high regard. Because they are put on a high pedestal, tens of thousands of students wish and dream of attending them. Being accepted will sift through the hard workers, the brilliant ones, the intellectual ones, and the charismatic ones. In other words, think of it as 'survival of the fittest'.

    University education is not fit for everyone and therefore, should not be for everyone.


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