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  • Not enough money

    Collages are costing to much money and some students don't' have all that kind of money 30,000 dollars is to much at least some people try to qualify for collage. Also some parents use their money for bills. Like light bill water bill and gas bill. Thats why collages should be free

  • Free Public College

    Tuition free colleges would cost less then what the USA already spends on the patchwork of financial aid programs. The students with poor income will have the capability to get a degree regardless of how poor they're family is. There will be an increase in those with a college degree. Free tuition would give more drive to go to college, making it the normal thing to do, decreasing the high-school dropout rate. College is extremely expensive, causing greater stress in those attempting to get into a college. There will be more opportunities with college education to get a job and make money, thus boosting the economy, causing unemployment rates to decrease.

  • Public Colleges should be free

    All opportunities for higher education should be free, I know Tax Payers complain all the time about it coming out of their pockets like it is really taking a toll on their way of life. There might be young minds out there ready to further the future of this world but rejected by financial status, where they live or their environment. Not to neglect those that have struggled for their Degree. Though as a parent you tell your kid if they study and stay in school and do real well that they can be someone in life. Then when they do all that, Oh sorry your parent might have been living from check to check not unable to put money away and because of doctor bills being able to be put on credit reports, they cannot say to their child Apply for college. They have to tell them after high school you have to find a job.

  • Isn't it obvious?

    If public college is free, people could stop freaking out about debt. Everyone could study what they like instead of just engineering because its in demand. People could stop worrying so much. The flip side is that it would put many smaller private colleges out of business, but that doesn't really matter

  • Of course they should be.

    First of all because school is very important for everyone, and if college would be free that would be better for everyone, because is not going to be that expensive, and some parents don't have money to pay school for their children, so they just stay in home doing nothing for their life. Colleges should be free for everyone who want it, and for some people who wants to go more farther then they are.

  • Why should school be free

    School should be free because if it was everybody who wished they had a education will finally get a second chance. It will also help with people who tried to get a degree who couldn't get one .. Get one. But those are just my reason (opinions)
    of why school should be free

  • Public Colleges Should Be Free

    Colleges need to be free, if it's free then everyone would have education. There's a least likely chance that students would drop out of school if colleges were free. Also if colleges were free, the national debt wouldn't be so high, everyday the student loans increases exceeding the credit card debt. This is ridiculous, student loan debt exceeding credit card debt. Lastly if there was more educated people there would be better jobs, and the economy would be better

  • Im a strong supporter of the free in state tuition programs that will hopefully be arising soon.

    Free in state tuition will give more people the drive to go to college and gain a higher level education. The more people who attend college, the smarter our communities will be. Some of the best and brightest students I know can not afford tuition or do not have the means of acquiring a scholarship.

  • It should because

    There are many people around the world, that go to colleges for free because one of there relative is in that college. Most of the people in the world are committing suicide because there parents can not afford to pay the fee of the college. I hate when people died.

  • College should be free because:

    66% of college students come straight from high school, what is the chance that these student can afford to pay $20,000 a year? And student loans are NOT the answer, unless you are okay with 15 years of debt inflicted. Tuition should be free for everyone and professors not being paid isn't a problem because the money coming from room and board will pay the professors as well.

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  • This takes no thought

    If someone wanted to go to college they should do what they need to get into a school. If they cant afford it then they can work hard for scholarships ect. Plus, if people got the chance to go to college for free then they would take advantage and most likely not even continue the classes. They would not take it seriously and wast the precious money of our government. Were already in debt and use too much of discretional spending on the military.

  • Dumb idiot liberals

    College should not be free to everyone. First off who's is going to pay for it the 1% of the rich. News flash they can get out of the country and don't pay all that much tax and just putting a law that charge them to move their companies into international areas won't work because of corruption and also they will find out before it's even taking into effect. Also if the 1% leave we charge middle class and then everyone is going into the low class and then everyone is suffering and many will leave and thenthe country is broke.

  • If more people take a free ride, our tax payers will have no choice but to stand by and support the disintegration of our country.

    It's true that people should dream big, but if future students aren't setting realistic goals, we not only will have students getting free education and spending more time in college, but also lose some of the fundamental technical skill workforce this country needs to survive. The cost of university is no doubt outrageous and the incentives of institutions in the wrong place, but the cost of university is what prevents students from making foolish decisions of pursuing lengthy and sometimes never ending quests to fulfill a degree. Bottom line is that the tax payer should not have to be the one paying the price for higher education, rather more focus can be put on cutting the outrageous salaries of the tenured professor. The story doesn't end there, just read the book 'Higher Education?'.

  • It's not sustainable.

    The idea of "taxing the rich" and taxing Wall Street to provide revenue for the "free" public colleges isn't real or sustainable. The most basic economic principle is that there is no such thing as a free lunch. Once the money is gone, the burden eventually falls on taxpayers. Sorry.

  • A college education is not an entitlement but should be valued.

    Countries where colleges are free have many vocational schools. And we are one of the only countries where high school is mandatory. In those countries only the top students go on to high school and from there only the top students go on to college but they have already earned their place. That is affordable.

    But to say all college should be free for everyone. Impossible. As a public school educator, where students think they are entitled to go on to college for just having graduated need to think twice about public community college.

    But there does need to be some correlation between after college employment income and repayment of debt. As a single mother who should be retired but is continuing work because I am paying $611 per month in school loans for my son who has also accumulated school debt.

  • Someone has to pay for it

    Colleges can not be free of charge because someone has to pay for it. Also the reason other countries have free college is because they don't have stupid degrees on there curriculum that businesses do not want or need. An foreign studies degree is not going to help you in the job world unless your job involves dealing with people from other countries. Don't get a degree in a useless field of study. I went to a trade school and make about 41,000 a yr now. I only incurred 27,000 in debt total. Me and my spouse support our family just fine.

  • Someone has to do the manual labor!

    Colleges can not be free of charge because someone has to pay for it. Also the reason other countries have free college is because they don't have stupid degrees on there curriculum that businesses do not want or need. An foreign studies degree is not going to help you in the job world unless your job involves dealing with people from other countries. Don't get a degree in a useless field of study. I went to a trade school and make about 41,000 a yr now. I only incurred 27,000 in debt total. Me and my spouse support our family just fine.

  • Currently, only 30% of Americans who start college or university end up graduating, and this represents a huge waste of time and money.

    Currently, only 30% of Americans who start college or university end up graduating, and this represents a huge waste of time and money.Currently, only 30% of Americans who start college or university end up graduating, and this represents a huge waste of time and money.Currently, only 30% of Americans who start college or university end up graduating, and this represents a huge waste of time and money.

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